Salvia nemorosa Feathers Flamingo (‘Bocoffla’PBR)

Salvia Feathers has unique deeply incised scented foliage that gives the plant an airy and elegant look. Feathers Flamingo has soft pink flowers with large spikes and blooms even in the first year. In nature it is the earliest flowering Salvia. The flowering period is also longer than for other Salvia: from May to August with a rebloom in autumn. Plant Salvia Feathers in a well-drained soil in full sun or light shade. Salvia Feathers is well branched and remains small with a size of about 18” high and 10” wide. Salvia Feathers is a beautiful plant for the perennial border or in a pot on terrace or balcony. In addition, Salvia Feathers is also very suitable for mass planting.

Hardy to Zone 4b.

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  • Unique deeply incised foliage
  • Large spikes
  • Blooms in first year
  • Rebloom in autumn
  • Long flowering period



Flower Color: Pink
Foliage: Green
Type: Perennial
Habit: Columnar upright, bushy
Height: 18″
Width: 10″
Flower Timing: Spring to summer, reblooms in fall
Heat Tolerance: Full sun to part shade
Patented: Brand Concept Plants
Uses: Containers, landscape, perennial borders

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