Penstemon pseudospectabilis, or Desert Beardtongue, is a native forb with reddish-green foliage and bright pink flowers that can be found in woodland habitats between 2000-7000 ft. It grows to be about 2 ft tall with medium-low watering requirements and blooms between March-June. The stalks of tubular, pink flowers attract hummingbirds and butterflies. Plant in partial shade to full sun. Transplants well, reseeds readily.

Desert Beardtongue, Penstemon pseudospectabilis

  • 2000-7000'