Penstemon Red Rocks. It features hot pink/red tubular flowers atop a wispy foliage that remains all year and past frost. Attracts hummingbirds and butterflies and is deer resistant.
A 1999 plant select winner. This beautiful beardtongue penstemon 'red rocks' from garden splendor® is a terrific perennial that has been created by crossing two native species and combi. Keep in mind that shipping size and height are an average of our plants.
This Adaptable Native Hybrid Thrives In A Wide Range Of Soils And Conditions.
Thrives in a wide range of sites and soils and is very drought tolerant. The plants are vigorous and have attractive glossy green foliage. Penstemon × mexicali red rocks®.
This Beautiful Beardtongue Penstemon 'Red Rocks' From Garden Splendor® Is A Terrific Perennial That Has Been Created By Crossing Two Native Species And Combi.
Deadheading the first bloom and letting the plant rest will encourage a beautiful floral display throughout the late summer and early fall. It grows to 24 tall and 16 wide. A plant select® winner, this colorful, adaptable native penstemon hybrid thrives in a wide range of soils and conditions, and is very drought tolerant when est
Firecracker Penstemon (Penstemon Eatonii) Displays Vibrant Red Tubular Flowers Along A Stem That Can Extend Up To Two Feet Tall.this Plant Can Often Be Found In Canyons And Along Rocky Terrain.
Any good soil in sun or light shade. Great for a second row layer in a pollinator bed. Keep in mind that shipping size and height are an average of our plants.
Red Rocks Beard Tongue Is An Herbaceous Perennial With An Upright Spreading Habit Of Growth.
Red rocks tends to do best in full sunlight. Makes a colorful impact in sunny borders, meadows and naturalized gardens. You may be able to spot some still in bloom in red rock canyon’s higher elevations along the rainbow wilderness area and la madre wilderness areas.
'Red Rocks' Is A Cultivated Variety Of Penstemon.
‘red rocks’ is a penstemon hybrid of unknown parentage that is sometimes listed as an x mexicali cultivar because the parents purportedly include species from both mexico and the u.s. Drought resistant/drought tolerant plant (xeric). Remove spent blooms to promote rebloom later.