Penstemon clevelandii var. connatus 'San Jacinto Beardtongue'
Penstemon clevelandii var. connatus or San Jacinto Beardtongue is a Xlarge species that can reach 36" across and has many Magenta flowers on 40" flower spikes in mid Spring. Plants are generally found growing in sandy soils or rocky canyons. This is an easy to grow species and the population had a majority of solid pink flowers. Plants are seed grown.
Plants have been growing outside and are ready to go into the garden. We have had several mornings in the mid-30s and highs around 95F. Fall is the best time to plant perennials because the plants are very cold hardy and are not being stressed by high temperatures. Plus plants are likely to bloom in spring.
We are not inspected to ship perennials to most states. We are not held liable for customs confiscation of plants. However we will replace or refund plants that are damaged in transit (per usual). We dont actually use soil in most of our mixes so we dont break most states import laws.