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Enjoys well drained soil with some shelter from severe winds. Worth taking cuttings to overwinter.
Penstemon ‘Louise Wilson’ (Beard Tongue). This penstemon has trumpet-shaped, white flowers (tinged very slightly with pale pink) with brown stamens.
Grow in a sunny, sheltered position. Protect from winter wet with a autumn mulch of well-rotted organic material.
Grown for their elegant flowers, which attract bees. Plants naturally decline and need replacing every 3-5 years.
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