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Penstemon parryi, or Parry’s Beardtongue, is a native penstemon species that thrives at a slightly lower elevation range compared to the other penstemon species we carry. It can be found in woodlands between 1500-5000 ft and can grow to be 2 ft tall in medium-low soil moisture conditions. The pink tubular flowers are visited by hummingbirds and butterflies from March-May. Plant in partial shade to full sun.

Parry's Beardtongue Seed, Penstemon parryi

  • 1500-5000'