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Penstemon triflorus (Hill Country Penstemon)

Penstemon triflorus
Hill Country Penstemon

This Texas native is one of the first Penstemons to bloom, starting in early February and continuing to send up flower spikes through April. It has especially large, deep rose flowers marked with colored streaks, called "guidelines", which lead hummingbirds and bees to the nectar stored deep inside the blossoms. With its glossy green leaves, compact form and 2-foot tall flowers spikes, Hill Country Penstemon makes a great foreground plant for some of the taller selections.

Plant Type Native, Perennial
Exposure Full Sun, Partial Sun
Water Needs Average
Hardiness Zone Zone 8 (10° F)
Flower Color Rose
Flower Season Spring, Summer
Growth Rate Fast
Height 1 (ft)
Spread 1 (ft)
Spacing 1' (ft)
Characteristics Showy
Attracts Bees, Hummingbirds, Pollinators
Maintenance Low
Garden Uses Beds and Borders, Patio and Containers
Tolerance Deer, Drought
Soil Type Chalk, Clay, Loam, Sand
Soil PH Acid, Alkaline, Neutral
Soil Drainage Well-Drained
Image by: MSWN
Image by: MSWN

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