Penstemon digitalis

Penstemon digitalis


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Soil: Hydric (Moist) to Xeric (Dry) Sun: Full sun to shade Height: 2′-3′ Color: White Bloom: June-July Flowers: The bell-shaped flowers are 1 inch long and grow in a cluster at the top of the branches. They have delicate purple lines inside the flowers to guide insects to the nectar. Leaves: The opposite leaves are lance shaped and finely toothed.


Suggested Uses:

This very showy white Penstemon is useful and grows well in a wide variety of situations. It is a great plant for attracting hummingbirds and makes a very nice cut flower. Grows well in a semi-shaded raingarden.


Interesting Facts:

Medicinal Uses: Food Uses: Other Uses: More Information: Name: Other Names: Mississippi Penstemon

Additional information

Weight 1 lbs

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