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Pentstemon confertus Douglas Yellow pentstemon is a graceful member of the Fig wort Family. In congenial surroundings it is very plentiful, although inconspicu- ous on account of the pale coloring of its flowers, which are grouped in several whorls along the stem. Altitude affects the plant greatly; in the lower valleys it may grow to a height of two feet, but at a high elevation the stem is only a few inches tall. Yellow flowers are rare among the pentstemons, which are represented in the Rocky Mountains by a number of species, most of them with white or purple blossoms. This pentstemon extends from Wyoming to California, and north- ward to Alberta and British Columbia. The plant sketched grew in the valley of Cataract Creek near Hec- tor, British Columbia, at an altitude of 6,000 feet.
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