Zonal geraniums are so named because of a darker zone of color on typically green leaves. 'Gitterati Diva Queen' is in a league of its own in that regard, having chartreuse green leaves with bronzy-red zones towards the edges of each large lobed leaf. And if that eye-catching foliage isn't enough, this variety bears salmon pink flowers from late spring into fall. Sunshine, water, and fertilizer will keep this drought-tolerant annual looking its best. Beware budworms however, as they love geraniums. If the foliage is healthy but the plant stops flowering, look for telltale black droppings/spots on the leaves or tiny green caterpillars. We've got a foliar spray that will have your geraniums blooming again in no time!