Penstemon eriantherus var. whitedii
Bot. Gaz. 54: 148. 1912.
Stems glabrate or retrorsely hairy, rarely glandular-villous, proximally, glandular-villous distally. Leaves glabrous or glabrate abaxially, glabrate or villous to glandular-villous adaxially. Flowers: corolla lavender to violet or blue, ventricose-ampliate, 17–22 mm, not constricted at orifice; pollen-sacs navicular, 1.3–1.6 mm; staminode: distal 3–6 mm moderately lanate, hairs yellow, to 2 mm; style 9–13 mm.
Phenology: Flowering May–Jun.
Habitat: Dry, rocky, bitterbrush and rabbitbrush shrublands.
Elevation: 200–1200 m.
Variety whitedii is known from the foothills of the Cascade Range and on the plains and in valleys in the Columbia Basin. The variety has been documented in Chelan, Douglas, Franklin, Kittitas, Klickitat, and Lincoln counties.
"/4+timescorollathroat" is not declared as a valid unit of measurement for this property.