Penstemon clevelandii var. mohavensis
Man. Calif. Shrubs, 511. 1939.
Distal cauline leaves short-petiolate or sessile, base tapered or truncate. Thyrses: peduncles and pedicels glandular-pubescent. Flowers: calyx lobes glandular-pubescent; corolla densely white or yellowish pilose internally abaxially; pollen-sacs explanate, sutures smooth; staminode 6–8 mm.
Phenology: Flowering Feb–May.
Habitat: Rocky to sandy slopes, pinyon-juniper woodlands, scrub, chaparral.
Elevation: 400–1500 m.
Variety mohavensis is known from southern California mostly in the Granite, Little San Bernardino, and Sheephole mountains.
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