Penstemon photo gallery: M-R

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Penstemon miniatus

Penstemon miniatus

Penstemon miniatus. One of the many hummingbird pollinated species from Mexico.

Penstemon miniatus. One of the many hummingbird pollinated species from Mexico.

ADW 1443: Penstemon moffatii occurs in shale in small clumps. The thick leaves are entire and slightly keeled, dotted with very short hairs. The inflorescence is glandular hairy.

ADW 1443: Penstemon moffatii occurs in shale in small clumps. The thick leaves are entire and slightly keeled, dotted with very short hairs. The inflorescence is glandular hairy.

ADW 1443: Penstemon moffatii corolla lobes are rounded and slightly flattened in the center. The lobes project slightly forward. The lower part of the corolla is slightly ampliate (expanded), without ridges.

ADW 1443: Penstemon moffatii corolla lobes are rounded and slightly flattened in the center. The lobes project slightly forward. The lower part of the corolla is slightly ampliate (expanded), without ridges.

Penstemon newberryi

Penstemon newberryi

Penstemon palmeri var. palmeri

Penstemon palmeri var. palmeri

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Penstemon palmeri detail – inside surface of corolla has glandular hairs.

A beautiful display of Penstemon payettensis

A beautiful display of Penstemon payettensis

Penstemon payettensis

Penstemon payettensis

Penstemon petiolatus - crevice in limestone outcrop.

Penstemon petiolatus – crevice in limestone outcrop.

Flowers of Penstemon petiolatus - pollinated by hummingbirds, bees and wasps.

Flowers of Penstemon petiolatus – pollinated by hummingbirds, bees and wasps.

Penstemon procerus

Penstemon procerus

Some species have flowers that are pollinated by birds, but are also pollinated by bees.

Penstemon pseudospectabilis. Some species have flowers that are pollinated by birds, but are also pollinated by bees.

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