Common Name: Beardtongue
Latin Name: Penstemon multiflorus
Habit: A native, perennial, wildflower that grows to about three feet in height once it begins to flower.
Leaves: Penstemon has very few upper leaves with the majority of the leaves growing in a rosette at the base of the plant.
Flowers: White flowers appear in the late spring and summer.
Habitat: Sandhills and pine flatwoods.
Landscape: It grows in part shade with average to dry soils.
Range: It is native to Alabama, Florida and Georgia.
Wildlife use: The white flowers are used by many pollinators especially bumblebees.