Begonia grandis, the hardy begonia, is a plant in the begonia family, Begoniaceae. It is a herbaceous plant with alternate, simple leaves on arching stems. The flowers are pink or white, borne in dichotomously branching cymes from late summer through fall in USDA U.S. Hardiness Zone 7. As the common name "hardy begonia" implies, it is winter hardy in some temperate regions.
It can overwinter well in hardiness zone 9a as tuberous roots or bulbils (bulbils are formed in axils). Above-ground parts of this plant eventually die as temperature lowers. However, it is generally regarded as hardy to zones 6-7. 
Begonias love to be grown in warm shade, so don’t grow this in a really sunny spot! Bright early morning sun is fine as well as indirect natural or grow light will work well.
This Begonia is a taller grower with big showy leaves, very easy to care for, and is not too picky in terms of conditions desired.
Gorgeous large lush textured leaves, and will do very well outdoors in lower to medium light areas. Indirect filtered light preferred.
No direct sunlight, as this plant is from the tropical rainforests of Brazil.
These are all healthy, thriving plants and we will send out the best one on shipping day. All are very similar.
Freshly cut and potted up 02/25/19. Plant pics representational .