Palmer’s Penstemon or Beardtongue is a native drought-tolerant perennial. Flowering occurs May through July. The flowers can be pink to violet to blue-purple. The flowers found at Pipe Spring are predominantly white. The elevation range is 3500 to 7500 feet.
Did You Know?
Did You Know that Albert Tissandier, a Frenchman, sketched the first recorded image of Winsor Castle at Pipe Spring in 1885?