<I>Penstemon</i> 'Sour Grapes' M. Fish
<I>Penstemon</i> 'Sour Grapes' M. Fish
<I>Penstemon</i> 'Sour Grapes' M. Fish
<I>Penstemon</i> 'Sour Grapes' M. Fish
<I>Penstemon</i> 'Sour Grapes' M. Fish
<I>Penstemon</i> 'Sour Grapes' M. Fish

Penstemon 'Sour Grapes' M. Fish

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Elegant spikes of small, tubular, foxglove-like flowers appear from July to October among lance-shaped, bright green leaves. This...

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A smoky mixture of pink and blue with an almost metallic silver sheen on the back of the purple-streaked slender trumpets make this long-flowering plant shine in any light Val Bourne - Garden Writer

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