Did begonias overwinter or drop seeds?
My Mom has some white-flowering begonias, the kind with plain bright green leaves that come in 4- or 6-packs. We weren't expecting them to overwinter but they are back. They don't look like seedlings, but by the time we noticed the plants poking through a couple inches of leaves, it was hard to tell if they were seedlings or the same plants from last year.
We are about 20 miles N of FL border in Covington county. What do you folks think?