Penstemons are a large group of plants composed of many wild species found growing in a variety of climates, as well as numerous hybrids that have been developed for a wide range of characteristics. Available in every color from white to deep purple, Penstemon’s spikes of flowers are closely associated with hummingbirds, who prefer their nectar as a main source of food. Pineleaf Penstemon is a naturally occurring native with short pine-like leaves and a unique summer show of tubular orange-red flowers. It looks stunning when planted in mass as a colorful summer ground cover, and when tucked into rock gardens, perennial borders, or any spot with adequate drainage.
Height: 1 – 2 feet
Width: 1 – 2 feet
Bloom color: Reddish Orange
Flowering season: Summer
USDA minimum zone: 3
Cold hardiness: -30° F


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