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Penstemon

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Family Scrophulariaceae
Name Penstemon
Etymology
Penstemon From Greek pente meaning five, and Greek stemon meaning stamen.

  See also:  Ornamentals

Penstemon is a large genus of plants from Northern America. The tubular flowers are normally white, blue, violet, purple, pink, magenta, red and very rarely, yellow. It is an easy plant to grow and will mostly look after itself. Prune down to the ground in the Winter.



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