ⓘ Penstemon pseudospectabilis

                                     

ⓘ Penstemon pseudospectabilis

Penstemon pseudospectabilis a species of penstemon. It is native to the southwestern United States, where it grows in desert and plateau habitat types, such as sandy washes, scrub, and woodland. The plant is generally a shrub growing to one meter, with many erect stems. The thin leaves are oval with wide, pointed tips and serrated edges. They are arranged oppositely in pairs, many are completely fused at the bases about the stem, forming a disc. The inflorescence bears tubular flowers with expanded, lobed mouths and glandular hairs on most surfaces, except the hairless staminode. The flower grows to 2.5 centimeters and is reddish pink.

                                     
  • hybridization with other Penstemon Aven Nelson first described the plant in 1927 as a subspecies of Penstemon pseudospectabilis M.E.Jones. In 1937 David
  • to: Penstemon parryi native to the Sonoran desert of Arizona and northern Mexico Penstemon pseudospectabilis native to the southwestern United States
  • Mojave penstemon is a common name for several plants and may refer to: Penstemon incertus, with blue to purple flowers Penstemon pseudospectabilis with