What is another word for Shrubby Penstemon?

Pronunciation: [ʃɹˈʌbi pˈɛnstɛmən] (IPA)

Shrubby Penstemon, also known as Bush Penstemon, is a perennial flowering plant belonging to the genus Penstemon. It is native to western North America and is well-known for its vibrant red, pink, lavender, or white flowers. The plant's scientific name is Penstemon fruticosus, but it may also be called Penstemon depressus, Penstemon virgatus, or Penstemon clevelandii depending on the region. Other common synonyms for Shrubby Penstemon include Mountain Penstemon, Beardtongue, and Wild Snapdragon. Shrubby Penstemon is a popular choice among gardeners and can add a pop of color and texture to any outdoor space.

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