Update: My new addition from David Austin Roses is now has two buds forming. I can't wait to see what they look like in person.
I purchased three of these at Lowes 3 years ago. These are on the verge of opening their blooms. Even without flowers, the foliage has a lovely variegation that keeps the plant interesting all season. It is a tough plant. I've moved them all about 3 or 4 times, and they never missed a beat. It even managed to self-seed itself twice and still maintain its variegation in its offspring. If leaves start to revert back to green (you can see a few at the bottom of this plant), just pull them off. They may be short-lived (although I haven't experienced this yet), so propagate them through division.