Penstemon pallidus - Pale Beardtongue
Upright stems form a short, somewhat narrow mound that is topped by stem ending clusters of white tinged purple flowers in late spring and early summer. Versatile and showy when grouped to form a wave of color, this easy to grow selection will attract loads of native pollinators to the landscape.
- Perfect for grouping in the middle of a garden
- A magnet for native pollinators and hummingbirds
- Great texture with fuzzy stems and foliage
- Deer and drought resistant
- Easy to grow & adaptable to any well drained soil
Map Credit: The Biota of North America
Map Key: Green (native), Teal (native, adventive), Blue (present), Yellow (present & rare), Red (extinct)
Trimming plants post-flowering can enhance the overall appearance of the planting.
Easy to grow in dry to average soil. Needs full sun to part shade. Deer and Drought tolerant.