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Penstemon Seeds - Beardtongue

Penstemon (Penstemon Angustifolius Narrow-leaved Beardtongue) - Penstemon seeds are popular to grow, and this variety goes by the names Beardtongue Penstemon, Pagoda Penstemon, or Narrow Leaf Penstemon. Grow Penstemon flower seed and enjoy the showy, quite large, sky blue to lavender, trumpet-shaped flowers.

Penstemon Seeds - Hartwegii Mix

Penstemon (Penstemon Hartwegii Sensation Mix) - Easily established from Penstemon seeds, this perennial is a great addition to any flower garden with its deep bronze-green foliage and scarlet blooms. This Beard Tongue mix is native to Mexico and does well in warm climates. It will grow as a perennial in frost free or mild winters and as an annual in other zones.

Penstemon Seeds - Rocky Mountain

Penstemon (Penstemon Strictus Rocky Mountain) - They are absolutely stunning in the wildflower garden or in a naturalized setting! Grown from flower seeds, Rocky Mountain Penstemon is a fine source of a brilliant blue color, and it is a native United States plant that gardeners in many parts of the country have come to treasure.

Penstemon Seeds - Scarlet Queen

Penstemon (Penstemon Hartwegii Scarlet Queen) - If you enjoy attracting beneficial insects to your landscape, start Penstemon seeds and enjoy this long-blooming Scarlet Queen. Hummingbirds also will enjoy the brilliant scarlet tubular flowers with white throats.

Penstemon Seeds - Shell-leaf

Penstemon (Penstemon Grandiflorus Large Beardtongue) - Shell Leaf Penstemon or large flowered Beardtongue readily establishes from flower seeds. This pink variety is one of the showiest, and the extra large pink to lavender colored 2 inch blooms are often visited by bumble bees and hummingbirds.

Penstemon Seeds - Showy

Penstemon (Penstemon Spectabilis Showy) - Perfect for the naturalized landscape or the wild flower garden, this Showy Penstemon plant grows 24 - 40 inches in height. It is a perennial flowering plant grown from flower seeds that features large, violet trumpet-shaped flowers growing on spikes. Showy Penstemon commands attention!