This variety is new to me, and I know nothing about it; the good thing about getting a plant that doesn't come with baggage of any kind, and I have no preconceived notions about is that I can allow it to develop in it's own time.
So far, I'm liking it's glossy foliage, and pink stems. We'll see how we get on as the summer progresses. Time to pot this one up into a bigger sized pot, and let it shine.
Update May 2015; unfortunately, this plant is not hardy to my garden. I might try it again in a warmer zone, but under the same conditions where lots of others thrive, this species didn't survive the winter.