Full Sun
Low Water

Mature Size: 24”X 24”
Blooming Season: May-June
Flower Color: Purple

A native Penstemon of the foothills and mountains of the southern Rockies (sometimes known as Beardtongue), this plant grows well in central New Mexico. It grows well in full sun, yet can tolerate some shade. Its tall, showy spikes of purple flowers last for over a month in the late spring. Spreading steadily via stolons to form large clumps of dense green foliage, Rocky Mountain Penstemon is  one of the longest lived and most easily grown of the Penstemons.