Common Names: Cascade Penstemon, Beardtongue, Pride of the Mountain
Botanical Name: Penstemon serrulatus
Plant Family: Plantaginaceae
Native Range: Pacific Northwest in North America
Life Cycle: Perennial
Hardiness Zone: USDA zones 5a-9b
Habit: Plants grow 2 feet tall x about 15 inches wide.
Sun/Soil: Full sun in average soil. Do not overwater.
Germination/Sowing: These seeds will require a period of cold stratification. (Full instructions will be included with seeds.)
Growing/Care: These are great native plants for the garden and do well in large containers and in the ground. Their flowers are hard to miss and pollinators will flock to them.
Culinary Uses: N/A
Medicinal Uses: N/A
Themes/Designs: Cottage garden, Flower, Meadow, Native, Low water
(Seeds and photos provided by my friend Evan Bean over at The Practical Plant Geek.)