Depending upon whom you ask, some will say 'Vancouver Centennial' has red flowers and others will call them orange. We call it icing on the cake, simply because the foliage is so spectacular all by itself. Brick-red, palmate leaves edged in lime green form upright mounds 14 to 18 inches tall and wide, making this geranium a natural for garden borders or as the centerpiece for hanging baskets and container planters. Fairly drought-tolerant in the ground, 'Vancouver Centennial' should be watered regularly if planted in containers. If blooms are an important factor in your enjoyment of this geranium, please watch for bud worms and/or telltale black "dots" on the foliage (it's their poop). We've got just the spray that will take care of them and bring back the red/orange flowers in a matter of days.