The dwarf Begonia henryi is looking great in the garden today. This small gem has attractive silver mottled leaves that fade a bit by late summer/early fall when the flowering starts. It’s also much smaller than Begonia grandis, so it fits well into smaller gardens. The Chinese Begonia henryi came through our cold winter last year, but really appreciates a spot where it can stay on the dry side over winter. I doubt it will be winter hardy much further north.