1. rock penstemon one of the West's most beautiful wildflowers
  2. hot-rock penstemon stems in clumps with cream-colored flowers
  3. redwood penstemon low branching dark green shrub with bunches of brick-red flowers at ends of branches; coastal ranges and foothills of northern California
  4. shrubby penstemon low bushy plant with large showy pale lavender or blue-violet flowers in narrow clusters at ends of stems
  5. Parry's penstemon erect stems with pinkish-lavender flowers in long interrupted clusters; Arizona
  6. Penstemon large genus of subshrubs or herbs having showy blue or purple or red or yellow or white flowers; mostly western North America
  7. cascade penstemon whorls of deep blue to dark purple flowers at tips of erect leafy stems; moist places from British Columbia to Oregon
  8. Jones' penstemon low plant with light blue and violet flowers in short clusters near tips of stems; Nevada to Utah
  9. cliff penstemon one of the West's most beautiful wildflowers
  10. genus Penstemon large genus of subshrubs or herbs having showy blue or purple or red or yellow or white flowers; mostly western North America
  11. lowbush penstemon low bushy plant with large showy pale lavender or blue-violet flowers in narrow clusters at ends of stems
  12. narrow-leaf penstemon plant having small narrow leaves and blue-violet flowers in long open clusters; Utah and Colorado to New Mexico and Arizona
  13. Rubinstein United States pianist (born in Poland) known for his interpretations of the music of Chopin (1886-1982)
  14. Solenostemon genus of shrubby often succulent herbs of tropical Africa and Asia; includes some plants often placed in genus Coleus
  15. Rydberg's penstemon plant with whorls of small dark blue-violet flowers
  16. rock python very large python of tropical and southern Africa
  17. Lichtenstein United States painter who was a leading exponent of pop art
  18. rottenstone a weathered and decomposed siliceous limestone
  19. scented penstemon fragrant puffed-up white to reddish-pink flowers in long narrow clusters on erect stems; Arizona to New Mexico and Utah
  20. propensity a natural inclination