[Penstemons of the Cascade Mountains]

Roezl's Penstemon

Penstemon roezlii

Roez'ls Penstemon: Penstemon roezlii

This photo shows a close-up frontal view of the corolla of Roezl's penstemon as seen along Coyote Creek Road in the Umpqua National Forest...................June 25, 2005. Note the glabrous staminode which is slightly expanded at the tip and just reaches the orfice of the corolla. The anthers are also visible here. They are horseshoe-shaped with white hairs or minute spines along the suture of the anther.

Rattan's Penstemon: Roez'ls Penstemon: Penstemon roezlii

Although slightly out of focus, this photo shows a close-up sideview of the corolla of Roezl's penstemon as seen along Coyote Creek Road in the Umpqua National Forest...................June 25, 2005. Note the gland-tipped hairs on the outside of the corolla tube.

Rattan's Penstemon: Roez'ls Penstemon: Penstemon roezlii

This photo shows a close-up view of the stem leaves of Roezl's penstemon as seen along Coyote Creek Road in the Umpqua National Forest...................June 25, 2005. The narrow leaves are generally pale gray-green in color and finely pubescent.

Roez'ls Penstemon: Penstemon roezlii ----- Roez'ls Penstemon: Penstemon roezlii

These 2 photos show close-ups of the inflorescence of Roezl's penstemon as seen along Coyote Creek Road in the Umpqua National Forest...................June 25, 2005. Click each photo to see an enlarged version (2x).

Paul Slichter