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I’ve been considering penstemons lately. Penstemons have proven to be excellent garden plants because of their drought tolerance, long bloom time and nectar production that attracts favorable wildlife such as hummingbirds, honeybees, and bumblebees. There are many that are native to the western states thriving in rocky, barren soils, but the eastern states also have a few that boast the same desirable qualities. The following are some of my favorite penstemons.Penstemon smallii is a northeastern native typically found in light shade in well- drained woodlands from Georgia to North Carolina. Being hardy to zone 5, it adapts well to growing farther north. It boasts lavender flowers late spring to early summer and will often rebloom if deadheaded. The foliage is medium green often with a rosey hued rim. The color of the leaves deepen when given some shade. Out of all the penstemons listed here, Penstemon smallii will tolerate the …