This species of pentstemon is well marked by its white-woolly anthers, which almost fill the throat.
This pentstemon as well as many others would be a welcome addition to the garden.
The name pentstemon is from two Greek words, signifying five and stamen.
This charming pentstemon is one of the most gracious flowers to be found in the Sierras in late summer.
Mrs. Larkins passed close to Uncle pentstemon, sobbing too earnestly to be aware of him.
Amid the struggle Mr. Polly saw Uncle pentstemon relieve himself of his parcel by giving it to the bride.
Uncle pentstemon was eating voraciously opposite, but with a kindling eye for Annie.
It would be as right and sensible to dwarf a Hollyhock into a podgy mass a foot high, or a pentstemon, or a Foxglove.