‘Flamingo’ is a clump-forming, semi-evergreen, often short-lived perennial with fine, branching stems and small, grey-green leaves. Clouds of relatively large (1cm), double, pale pink flowers are produced in mid- to late summer.
2019 – Purchased as a plug from Truffaut and planted at the beginning of April in the western border, 2 plants at a distance of a good meter apart. Hole filled with very draining mixture! A specimen half eaten by slugs. First flowers on July 6. Beginning of flowering at the beginning of July. Very nice.