I'm not really a Begonia person. They make me think of old blue-haired ladies growing them inside on windowsills or in mass planter boxes at theme parks.
I admit that I have a few Wax Begonias in the yard from a 6-pack of annuals I bought years ago. They seem to somehow survive each winter and reappear much to my surprise. I think they return each year mostly out of spite.
But when I saw this hybrid Begonia 'Benitochiba' I had to have it. I was imagining its pretty metallic coral red leaves with contrasting pewter-grey veins next to my favorite garden "thug" - Sedum repestre 'Angelina' or the much nicer Saxifraga x urbium 'Aureopunctata'. It even looked great in the red wagon.
I know it won't make a repeat appearance just to spite me, unlike the Wax Begonias.