Penstemon, Rocky Mountain

Call for Pricing

A native, long-lived forb that occurs in the upper juniper, mountain sagebrush and open areas in aspen and coniferous forest in elevations from 6,000 – 10,000 ft. This species does well in areas that receive over 16” of precipitation. Fall or dormant seeding for hard seed stratification is recommended. Flowers are blue to purple and bloom from May to late June. Plants are normally 24-36” in height.

Latin Name

Penstemon strictus

Origin

Native

Life Span

Annual

Season

Warm

Forage

Fair for mule deer and sheep becoming less palatable with maturity

Seeds Per Pound

600,000

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