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Re: 'Vancouver Bicentennial'

I have:
Vancouver Centennial
salmon-orange-red single flower
Stellar type
Dwarf size
brown leaf with yellow edges (in fact a huge brown butterfly)
br: Ian Gillam, Canada 1986

Hope this helps

Cynthia Pardoe wrote:
> Hi, Phil
>     Well I know that Jerry Stewart from New Leaf nursery brought it to San
> Diego from the Vancouver Pelargonium convention some years ago. Can't recall
> the year.
>     It is indeed a wonderful plant and I grow it everywhere! It grows best
> with morning sun and afternoon shade. It is a show stopper in the spring when
> the foliage is at it prime!
>     All I can say is ENJOY!
> Oh it was hybridized in Vancouver also can't recall who...
> Regards,
>     Cynthia Pardoe

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