Narrow-Leaved Beardtongue is a perennial wildflower which is native to the west-central U.S. The tubular flowers are shades of purple and blue, and the hairless stems and leaves are a bluish green. Leaves are thick and leathery with a prominent mid-vein. It is found in dry prairies, roadsides and fields. The flowers attract native bees and are recommended for pollinator plantings.