Salvia coccinea 'Coral Nymph'
This genus has about 900 species that include annuals, perennials, biennials, herbaceous and evergreen perennials, shrubs, some even rhizomes and tubers.
The Coral Nymph produces just that: coral / pink light flowers. The plant will get about 16 inches in height.
It can be propagated by division in the spring, or by softwood cuttings.
It can be grown in full sun. Continue a regular fertilization program, in a well-drained soil. Be careful of winter moisture. Mulch well.
Zones 8, 9, and 10.
A delight to grow. Deadhead continually for fullness.
Deadhead by simply cutting or pinching off the bloom fairly far down on the stem. Generally when the bloom has faded in color and is getting mature and crusty. By deadheading you will vitalize your plant and push it into producing a new flower.