Last Updated on March 23, 2022 by Sam
Penstemons have a rather interesting way of propagating, known as apomixis. They are an annual plant that has one generation per year and flowers in the spring with no seeds. The next year, these plants will produce seed-less offspring to carry on the species. This method is highly effective for gardeners who want to propagate or preserve their favorite cultivars without having to worry about constant repopulating from cuttings and other methods like seeds or spores
“Can you root penstemon cuttings in water” is a question that has been asked by many people. The answer to the question is yes, but it depends on the species of penstemon.
Penstemon is a genus of flowering plants in the plant family Scrophulariaceae. There are over 100 species of this genus, and they are native to North America and Mexico. The most common penstemons that you will find are Penstemon procerus, Penstemon digitalis, and Penstemon barbatus. Reference: penstemon varieties.
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