Penstemon, Rocky Mountain (Penstemon strictus) - 100 Seeds
• Heirloom Flower
• Attracts Pollinators
• American Grown Seeds
• USDA Zone: 4-9
Welcome Penstemon, Rocky Mountain, a STUNNING wildflower native to the American West. Known for its tall spikes of tubular flowers in vibrant blue-purple hues, it's a real showstopper in any garden. Besides its visual appeal, it's a magnet for pollinators like hummingbirds, bees, and butterflies. This hardy perennial thrives in a variety of conditions and is an excellent choice for rock gardens, borders, or naturalized areas.
For spring planting, cold stratify for 30-60 days, or sow in fall directly. Press seeds into soil surface as they need light to germinate. Keep soil lightly moist until germination. Water until established, but don't overwater as root rot may occur. Plants are drought tolerant and heat resistant. Cut back post-bloom unless seed is wanted.