ⓘ Penstemon alluviorum

Penstemon alluviorum

ⓘ Penstemon alluviorum

Penstemon alluviorum, known by the common name lowland beardtongue, is a species of flowering plant in the veronica family. It is native to the Eastern United States where it is found in alluvial lowlands, particularly of the Mississippi and Ohio Rivers.

Pagoda alluvoirum this poorly understood taxon. Differences between this and two related species, Pagoda and Pagoda Digitalis laevigatus, are not resolved. It is defined in the complex, having corollas that are 15-23 mm long, the sepals, which are a length of 3-6 mm and plate widths of 25-40 mm. rarely It produces white lavender blooms in may.

  • penstemon Penstemon alluviorum Pennell lowland beardtongue Penstemon ambiguus Torr. bush penstemon gilia beardtongue, gilia penstemon Penstemon ammophilus
  • glaucum I Penstemon alluviorum N Penstemon calycosus N Penstemon canescens N Penstemon cobaea N Penstemon digitalis N Penstemon grandiflorus