Wild Ginger Farm Plant Catalog Northwest Penstemon Offerings Emma Elliott and Truls Jensen




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Wild Ginger Farm

Plant Catalog

Northwest Penstemon Offerings

Emma Elliott and Truls Jensen

24000 S Schuebel School Road www.wildgingerfarm.com

Beavercreek, OR 97004 info@wildgingerfarm.com


by permission
Note: The American Penstemon Society deeply appreciates Wild Ginger Farm sharing their information and photographs with us. Please keep in mind these photographs are copyrighted. Also please note that the American Penstemon Society has extracted only the penstemon offerings from the Wild Ginger Farm complete catalog.

For accuracy, please make your orders, using the owner’s website or printed catalog.



Wild Ginger Farm is a retail and mail order nursery located near Portland, Oregon. 

 We hope you enjoy these Penstemon pages!



Emma Elliott and Truls Jensen


Penstemon attenuatus var. attenuatus

©Penstemon attentuatus var attenuatus in our garden

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Penstemon attenuatus var attenuatus flowers close-up

Sulphur Penstemon




A delicate but eye catching penstemon with mats of bright green leaves with spikes of vivid blue-purple flowers to 24” in spring. Sun, well-drained, soil.  -20 degrees F.  Eastern Oregon, Washington and Northern Montana  Scrophulariaceae






Penstemon cardwellii

©Penstemon cardwellii

 



©Cardwell's Penstemon in our garden

Cardwell’s Penstemon




Attractive evergreen subshrub 24”x 24” with mid-green foliage and purple, tubular flowers in late spring.   Sun to part shade, very well-drained soil, low to regular water.   Open forests and rocky slopes at mid to high elevations in the Oregon Coast Range and Cascades into Washington.   Hardy to -10 degrees F. Scrophulariaceae






Penstemon confertus

 


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Penstemon confertus

 



© Penstemon confertus in our garden

Yellow Penstemon




Mat-forming perennial with pale yellow flowers on spikes up to 16” tall in spring. It has grown well in both our unirrigated and occasionally irrigated gardens.  Sun to part shade, well-drained soil, low to moderate water.  Found in moist to dry meadows and open woodlands at low to mid-elevations in from Eastern Oregon north to BC and east to Montana. Hardy to -30 degrees F. Scrophulariaceae

 







Penstemon davidsonii var. davidsonii

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Penstemon davidsonii var davidsonii

Davidson's Penstemon

  


Davidson's Penstemon




Mat-forming evergreen with small, rounded leaves, rooting stems and large lavender to purple flowers to in summer.  Makes a nice groundcover.  Grow in full sun to part shade in very well-drained soil, low water.   Hardy to –10 degrees F. Rocky outcroppings mid to high elevations in the Cascades.  Scrophulariaceae

 







Penstemon davidsonii var. menziesii

©Penstemon davidsonii var. menziesii

©Penstemon davisonii var. menziesii flower close-up

  


Menzies' Penstemon




This is an attractive low growing mat with small bright green, toothed leaves and large lavender-pink flowers in late spring to early summer.  Full sun, very well-drained soil, low water. Hardy to –10 degrees F.  Rocky outcroppings in the mountains of Oregon and Washington.  Scrophulariaceae

 







Penstemon davidsonii var. praeteritus

©Penstemon davidsonii var. praeteritus foliage

  


Timberline Penstemon




Small, pointed to rounded leaves with very large blue-violet flowers on short stems in summer.  Considered by some botanists as an intermediate species between P. davidsonii and P. fruticosus.  Full to part sun, very well-drained soil, low water. –10 degrees F.  This is a Steens Mountain, Oregon and Northern Nevada endemic species where it grows in crevices and on exposed rocky outcropppings.  Scrophulariaceae

 







Penstemon deustus var. pedicullatus

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Hot Rock Penstemon




Woody shrub to 18” with pale green, leathery leaves and spikes of creamy white flowers.  Sun, well-drained, soil.  -20 degrees F.  Dry, rocky areas OR, CA NV, UT Scrophulariaceae





Penstemon euglaucus

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Penstemon euglaucus

Glaucus Beardtongue

© Penstemon euglaucus flower

  


Glaucus Beardtongue




Low mat of blue green leaves, stems to 18” high with  deep blue, tubular flowers in summer.  Full sun, well-drained soil.  Found massed on open hillsides in the Cascades of Oregon and So. Washington.   Hardy to -10 degrees F. Scrophulariaceae

 







Penstemon fruticosus var. scouleri

©Penstemon fruticosus in spring in our garden ©

Penstemon fruticosus flower


©Penstemon fruticosus var scouleri 'Albus' a white flowering form


Shrubby Penstemon, Bush Penstemon




Evergreen subshrub 12”x 24” with purple, tubular flowers in late spring.   Grow in full sun, very well-drained soil, low water. Found on rocky slopes and open forests at low to alpine elevations in the Cascades east to  Montana. Hardy to -20 degrees F. Scrophulariaceae






Penstemon newberryi






Mountain Pride







Mats of gray-green, ovate, finely toothed leaves with showy rose-red flowers on short stems in summer. 16 x 20” Sun to part shade, very well-drained soil, low water. –10 degrees F. The species is found in Oregon, California and Nevada.  Our plants are grown from seed collected in Siskiyou Cty, CA Scrophulariaceae









Penstemon ovatus


Penstemon ovatus flowers©

Penstemon ovatus

Broad-leaved Penstemon,

Egg Leaf Penstemon

 





Spikes of deep blue flowers to 3’ tall in spring with egg-shaped, evergreen basal leaves.  Grow in sun to part shade in well-drained soil with moderate to low water. Open forests and rocky outcroppings from low to mid-elevations in the Cascade mountains of Northern Oregon north into British Columbia.  Hardy to -10 degrees F. Scrophulariaceae

 







Penstemon pratensis

© Penstemon pratensis

White Flowered Penstemon




Mats of light green leaves with spikes of white to pale blue flowers to 18”.  Meadow species – needs sun, regular water. Hardy to -20 degrees F. The species is found in Oregon, Idaho and Nevada. Our plants are grown from wild seed collected in Nevada. Scrophulariaceae






Penstemon procerus  

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Penstemon procerus

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Small Flowered Penstemon




This low-growing penstemon has a compact form and attractive spikes of small purple flowers to about 6" in late spring.  It can be grown in sun or part shade in well-drained soil with low to regular water.  Our plants are grown from seed collected in the Washington State Cascades.  The species is found throughout the Western States in a wide variety of habitats at various elevations. Hardy to -10 degrees F. Scrophulariaceae






Penstemon procerus var brachyanthus

 


 

Penstemon procerus v brachyanthus ©

Pincushion Penstemon




 Mat-forming penstemon with spikes of small purple flowers to 10" tall in late spring.  It can be grown in sun to part shade in well-drained soil with low to regular water.  The well-developed basal leaves distinguish this sub-species which has a more restricted range from Northern California through Oregon.  Hardy to -10 degrees F. Scrophulariaceae

 







Penstemon procerus var formosus


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Pincushion Penstemon




Dense rosettes of dark green leaves with short spikes of blue-violet flowers.  7” x 12”.   Sun to part shade, well-drained soil, low water. -30 degrees F.  The species is found in Oregon, Washington, Idaho, California and Nevada.  Our plants are grown from seeds collected in Siskiyou Cty, CA  Scrophulariaceae






Penstemon richardsonii var dentatus

 


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Cutleaf Penstemon leaves ©

Cutleaf Penstemon




Upright penstemon to 3' with dentate, gray-green leaves, multiple stems and pink to lavender flowers in mid-summer.  Grow in sun to part shade in very well-drained soil with low water.  This is a northern Oregon native plant found in rocky areas from the Cascades eastward. Hardy to -10 degrees F. Scrophulariaceae

 







Penstemon richardsonii var richardsonii

 


Richardson's Penstemon leaves ©

Richardson's Penstemon,

Cutleaf Penstemon




Deeply toothed leaves, spikes of lavender flowers in summer.  8 – 32” tall  Sun, well-drained, soil.  -20 degrees F. The species is found in Oregon, Washington and British Columbia.  Our plants from seed collected in Klickitat Cty, WA. Scrophulariaceae







Penstemon roezlii


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Roezl’s Penstemon




 

Pale gray-green leaves with blue-purple flowers, paler throat on slender stems to 20” tall.  Sun, very well-drained soil, low.

–20 degrees F. The species is found in Oregon, Washington and British Columbia.  Our plants grown from seed collected in Central Oregon. Scrophulariaceae






Penstemon rupicola

 


Cliff Beardtongue ©

© Penstemon rupicola

Cliff Beardtongue




This is an attractive mat-forming penstemon with gray-green foliage and vivid pink flowers on short stems in summer.  It can be grown in sun or part shade in poor, very well-drained soil with low to regular water.  It is found on rocky outcroppings in the Siskiyou Mountains in Northern California and on both sides of the Cascades from Oregon into Southern Washington.  Hardy to -20 degrees F. Scrophulariaceae

 







Penstemon rydbergii





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Rydberg's Penstemon







 

Low growing mats with spikes of small blue-purple flowers to 15” in late spring. Full to part sun, well-drained soil, moderate water. –20 degrees F. Found in Western mountain meadows.  Scrophulariaceae









Penstemon rydbergii v oreocharis


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Mountain Meadow Penstemon




 

Spikes of small blue to purple flowers to 10-24” May-Aug. Grow in full to part sun, well-drained soil, moderate water. –20 degrees F. The species is found in Washington, Oregon, California, Idaho and Nevada.  Our plants grown from seeds collected in the Cascade Mountains.   Scrophulariaceae








Penstemon serrulatus

 


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Cascade Penstemon

 


Cascade Penstemon, Coast Penstemon




This easy to grow Penstemon has serrated leaves and purple, tubular flowers in summer.   24”x12” Grow in sun to part shade in well-drained soil, moderate water.  This one tends to be a seeder in my garden and I like to grow it in less fertile areas that receive little summer irrigation. It still does great and there are fewer seedlings to pull.  Found along moist rocky slopes and streambanks in the Oregon Cascades north to BC.   Hardy to -10 degrees F. Scrophulariaceae




Penstemon speciosus





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Royal Penstemon







 

Rosettes of narrow leaves with spikes of bright blue flowers 12-30” tall.  Sun, very well-draine soil, low water.  -20 degrees F  The species is found in Washington, Oregon, California, Idaho, Nevada and Utah.   Our plants are grown from seed collected in the Ochoco Mountains of Oregon.  Scrophulariaceae












Penstemon venustus

 


 

 

 



 

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Lovely Penstemon

 

 

Evergreen lance-shaped leaves and rich, purple-violet flowers in summer.   20” x 12” Full sun, well-drained soil, low water. NW   native.   Hardy to -20 degrees F. Scrophulariaceae




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