Critically Imperiled Plant Profile
(Not Listed or Proposed under the Endangered Species Act)

Penstemon rhizomatosus flower.
The lovely 1.5-2.0 inch violet to reddish-violet tubular flowers of Penstemon rhizomatosus bloom in late June thru early August. Photo by Janel Johnson.

Penstemon rhizomatosus plants growing on rock.
The Rhizome beardtongue gets its name from loosely branched woody rhizome which arises from a thick woody taproot. Photo by Janel Johnson

Penstemon rhizomatosus habitat.
Penstemon rhizomatosus is found on high elevation talus slopes and limestone outcrops in the Schell Creek Range in Nevada. Photo by Janel Johnson

Draba oreibata var. serpentina range map.
Penstemon rhizomatosus range map.

Penstemon rhizomatosus, Rhizome beardtongue

Threats

  • NatureServe has not assessed threats yet

Conservation Status

National Forest and Grassland Occurrence

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