Features: Zonal geraniums are upright bushes covered with red, pink, salmon, white, rose, cherry-red, or bicolored flowers on long stems held above the plant.
Exposure: Full Sun.
Size: 18 inches tall and wide.
Uses: Borders or along walks and pathways.
Planting Guide: Space 12 inches apart.
Comments: Zonal geraniums are also grown as standards-a single stem is trained to the desired height with a bushy globe of flowers and leaves above it.