Pelargonium 'Vancouver Centennial'
|Still going strong in October, the morning sunrays highlighting its colorful leaves |
Our garden is a romping place for hardy geraniums, only occasionally featuring a tender geranium of the Pelargonium genus. This year I'm growing one I picked up at the HPS/MAG spring plant sale for its striking leaves. It's growing in a hypertufa orb on our patio, and recently started blooming. A nice bold stroke. I have no illusions of being able to overwinter it (houseplants are not my forte), so I plan to enjoy it throughout this summer.
This plant used to grow in our garden, but it slipped away...
One or more images of this plant are included in my stock photo catalog
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|Monique ||May 30, 2020||Recently purchased one and Iâ€™m wondering how much sun it likes. Some of the new growth isnâ€™t showing any red :/|
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February 12, 2012