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Hill Country Penstemon

Penstemon triflorus


Upright, hairy perennial to 26 in. Stem solitary, unbranched. Plants usually found in small colonies. Flower is pink, rose to bright red, and spotted, streaked, or lined. Flowers are in clusters that form a long, loose terminal panicle. Leaves to 3 in long. Margins sharply toothed.


Dry, calcareous or limestone soils of woodland edges, slopes, cliffs, and rocky outcroppings.

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Belton, Texas, USA

Spotted on Apr 7, 2012
Submitted on Apr 7, 2012

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