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Penstemon linarioides


Plants - 661,234 plants
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Penstemon linarioides 'Marilyn Ross'

Barnsdale Gardens Wide range of choice & unusual garden plants. Over 160 varieties of Penstemon, over 250 varieties of Hemerocallis.

Cottage Nurseries Hardy perennials. Wide general range.

Longstock Park Nursery A wide range, over 2000 varieties, of trees, shrubs, perennials, climbers, aquatics & ferns. Nat. Collections of Buddleja & Clematis viticella.

Chris Pattison Choice rare shrubs & alpines. Grafted stock esp. Japanese maples & liquidambars. Wide range of Viburnum & dwarf/miniature trees & shrubs.

Plants of the Southwest Evergreens

Penstemon linarioides Silverton Bluemat

Bluebird Nursery, Inc. Grasses-Ornamental

Little Valley Wholesale Nursery Evergreens

Skagit Gardens, Inc. Daylilies

Southwestern Native Seeds Cactus & Succulents

Penstemon linarioides coloradoensis

Alplains Rock Garden Plants

Arrowhead Alpines Rock Garden Plants

Sunny Border Nurseries, Inc. Daylilies

Penstemon linarioides compactifolius

Alplains Rock Garden Plants

Arrowhead Alpines Rock Garden Plants

Penstemon linarioides linarioides

Rocky Mountain Rare Plants Perennials

Penstemon linarioides sileri

Alplains Rock Garden Plants

Penstemon linarioides v. coloradensis

High Country Gardens Drought Tolerant Plants, Xeriscape Perennials (1 product)

2005 Plant Select® Winner. A superb CO native Beardtongue with thin, blue-gray evergreen leaves and clouds of lavender-blue flowers in late spring. Has a shrubby growth habit. After the plant has finished blooming, deadhead the old flower