Previous scientific name(s): Penstemon eatonii var. eatonii
Drought tolerant perennial; full sunlight. Red tubular shaped flowers bloom May to June along high plains, open forests, talus slopes and mountain ridges. A very attractive species with many blossoms arranged along long stems. Pollinated by hummingbirds.Contact Our Experts
12 - 40 in.
PerennialNative or Introduced:
1 - 3 PLS lbs/Acre
28.60 lbs.Seeds per Pound:
A selection from native stands in Richfield, Utah, chosen for its beauty, hardiness, seed production and natural range of adaptability. A fibrous root system and wide canopy cover make it an excellent plant for soil stabilization. Cold hardy. (Released 1994, source of ecotype: Sevier County, UT)
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