Salvia nemorosa Feathers Peacock (‘Bocofpea’PBR)

Salvia Feathers has unique deeply incised scented foliage that gives the plant an airy and elegant look. Feathers Peacock has purple-blue flowers with large spikes and blooms even in the first year. In nature it is the earliest flowering Salvia. The flowering period is longer than for other Salvia: from June 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 22” 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: Purple
Foliage: Green
Type: Perennial
Habit: Dwarf
Height: 22″
Width: 10″
Flower Timing: Spring to summer and rebloom in autumn
Heat Tolerance: Full sun to part shade
Patented: Brand Concept Plants
Uses: Containers, border, mass planting

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