Salvia nemorosa
‘Rose Marvel’

Pretty, pink, productive, perennial! This marvelous, re-blooming, dwarf cultivar of “Woodland Sage” is reliable, low-maintenance, and hardy. Salvia nemorosa ‘Rose Marvel’ has huge, rosy pink flowers held on spikes above fragrant, grey-green, soft foliage that forms basal clumps. Reaching only 10 to 12 inches tall and wide, ‘Rose Marvel’ is a perfect salvia for perennial borders and containers. Long-blooming from late Spring through Fall, it is attractive to pollinators, but not to deer. Best grown in loamy, well-draining soil, this salvia appreciates regular water, but can become drought tolerant after it is established. Cut back S. nemorosa ’Rose Marvel’ after flowering and divide clumps every 3 to 4 years for continuous blooming and healthy plants. Compost or fertilize with organic matter for best show.

Gabi G,

Avg./Low Water

USDA Zones 4-10
USPP# 30,118