Penstemon tubaeflorus – White Wand Beardtongue – 1-Quart


This beardtongue has crystal white flowers, with no hint of pink, on tall dense spikes – a mature plant with multiple flowering spikes is very showy! White wand beardtongue hails mostly from the Ozark Mountains and nearby areas of Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma and Arkansas. It’s been introduced in a few places throughout the Northeast, though in New York it only occurs in Rockland County. Like all members of the genus it’s a very good bee plant.

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Updated 22 August 2021