We could only wish, Teresa. They're all wonderful, and pretty vigorous but the bugs do love them.
Variegated types are a little less robust, Snowbank and Maya are both variegated so they're pretty plants even when they aren't blooming.
I would choose one of a color you like best, out of the range of white, peach, pink and yellows. My new double light peach "New Orleans Lady" looks to be a monster, having grown from an 18in. rooted cutting in March to already 5ft tall. I wouldn't try to keep it indoors. But my Charles Grimaldi, a nice yellow was not quite as lusty and I kept it in a 16in. pot for 4 years just by pruning carefully.