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riverwindphotography · 10 days ago
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Narrowleaf Penstemon (Penstemon angustifolius) is a bicolor beauty in the high desert
(c) riverwindphotography, June 2022
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geopsych · a year ago
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Visited the flower fields at Eckville. They have started up!
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adventurealldays · a month ago
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conspectusargosy · 8 days ago
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Keckiella cordifolia (heartleaf keckiella) is a climbing or draping shrub which resides in dry woodlands or chaparral habitats throughout coastal southern California and Baja California. It is perennial which enters a dormant state in summer drought and winter cold conditions if the location is severe enough. It can often be found growing out of road cuts, cliffsides, or through other plants and shrubs where the tubular red flowers spill forth at the ends of branches. The blooms typically come on in late spring through summer and persist into the hottest month of the year. The red tubular flowers are cater toward hummingbirds as their pollinators and can provide a late season nectar source.
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hyssopandbee · 8 days ago
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photonine · 10 days ago
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Wasatch Beardtongue
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scamslikely · 28 days ago
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Desert in bloom pt. 3
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thespiandrummer · a year ago
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In time
           there is no opprobrium
           lest there be no one for whom,
in their quailed concern,
peering not unlike stones,
           gemstones pure of insight - bringing
           penstemon to character sublime!
can there be a final analysis?
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© Thespian Drummer / three-word prompt
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ainawgsd · a year ago
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Some flowers from my backyard yesterday. The catalpa was supposed to go last weekend, but we got too much rain and the tree guy didn't want to tear up our lawn or get his equipment stuck. So it gets to bloom one last time.
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kcdrummergirl · 12 days ago
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nemfrog · 2 years ago
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“Spike of pentstemon flowers.” Ware, Thomas S.: Dahlias and Begonias. 1894. Processed image.
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riverwindphotography · 10 days ago
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Narrowleaf Penstemon (Penstemon angustifolius) in a deeper sky blue hue.
(c) riverwindphotography, June 2022
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outdoormagic · a year ago
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Cottage Garden Kent by Adam Swaine
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adventurealldays · 9 months ago
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cedar-glade · a year ago
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Some locally abundant roadside community plants at Red River Gorge, near the cloudsplitter shortcut trail.
along a graded limestone/ calcareous shale wall and roadside ditch.
Clematis viorna , Leather Flower
Krigia biflora , Two Flowered Cynthia
Penstemon calycosus, Calico Beardtongue
Salvia lyrata, Lyre Leaf Sage
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hyssopandbee · 14 days ago
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When the flowers are so yellow, your camera is like Nope
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photonine · 10 days ago
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Wasatch Beardtongue
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flowerishness · a year ago
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Penstemon hartwegii x hybrida (Beardtongue, var: “Phoenix Pink”)
Little Miss Sunshine
Penstemons are an exclusively North American wildflower genus containing about 250 species. Although described by Linnaeus in 1753, the first seeds weren’t sold in Europe until 1831 and the first cultivars arrived in 1836. By the end of the century, many more species had been described and today there are over 170 cultivars available. 
Although usually thought of as an August/September bloom, this particular penstemon is still going strong in early December. My local Seniors’ Recreation Center was closed down about six months ago (Covid 19) but this lovely specimen was found growing next to the empty parking lot.
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coyote-mints · a year ago
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Mountain pride penstemon (P. newberryi)
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ainawgsd · a year ago
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The irises and peony are just about done for the season. But the false sunflower and beardtongue are just starting to bloom! And the daylilies are getting ready to bloom soon too.
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