Pale Beardtongue (Penstemon pallidus), a State Special Concern plant, is found in dry, often calcareous prairies, as well as hillside oak or jack pine woodlands. It is naturalized on roadsides and in pine plantations. Blooming occurs late May through late June; fruiting occurs late July through late August. The optimal identification period for this species is late May through late June.
|Height||12 to 36 inches|
|Light Requirements||part shade|
|Bloom time||May to June|
|Zone||4 to 8|
All info from Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center