Penstemon calycosus (Calico Beardtongue)
Calico Beardtongue is an adaptable plant that forms a rosette of deep green foliage in moist to mesic conditions. Beginning in June, sturdy flower stalks decorated with large tubular white flowers appear and flower nearly a month. A favorite of bees, it is also visited occasionally by sphinx moths and hummingbirds.
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