Syn. Golden Brilliantissimum. Golden tricolour. Similar to Contrast, but base colour more yellow. Small scarlet flowers. Introduced in 1873 by Gibson and Park simultaneously.
I was given this plant a couple of years ago and I can never tire of it. The leaves are so bright. Like all the tri-coloured leaf pelargoniums, It is a slow grower, but worth growing.
I have been taking advantage of the mild weather to take more cuttings, which seem to be rooting fairly quickly. I do have them in the heated propagator in the conservatory. Those that have rooted are now potted up. I will leave them in their 7cm square pots until spring when they will go into appropriate size pots.