A HARDY, (yes, really, in zone 6!) Begonia with ruby tinted foliage and pendant pink-white flowers in late summer and early fall. It is pretty enough to be a container plant, but note that it does need a dormant period in winter. Also make sure to mark the area you plant it in, because Begonia grandis breaks dormancy late in the spring. Will multiply , as it produces many little bulbils, especially in soils with good drainage. 18-24" tall.