Leggy Tuberous begonias, what to do?
I started my tuberous begonias as usual indoors, in April. They were a couple of inches tall, well leafed. Then I took a surprise trip and never got them outdoors to harden off and get more sun. Normally I put them out as soon as they have a couple of leaves. When I came back they were very leggy, with a lot of space between the leaves. I think the leggy begonias are at risk of the whole stem falling off as soon as it gets enough weight on it, especially when it starts flowering.
Do these respond to cutting back? Will the branch out from a node? Thanks!