50 seeds $2.75
This rare penstemon is native to Wyoming. The lavender-blue flowers bloom in early summer. It's a great plant for the rock garden. Penstemon paysoniorum blooms prolifically on stems that are wind tolerant. After a wind storm this summer, many stems were broken off a nearby Penstemon strictus, but this plant was fine. Drought tolerant.
Also known as Payson's Beardtongue. Hardy perennial in zones 4-9.
height 12" spacing 12"
Sowing Penstemon paysoniorum Seeds
Start penstemon seeds indoors in late winter. Barely cover the seeds with soil, then refrigerate for 12 weeks. Full sun.