Begonia indoors

This spring I put begonias in my container garden. The tag from the nursery says "amstel begonia". The plants have done very well and produced beautiful flowers. Now it is September and I would like to keep them. Can I take them indoors and use them as a house plant? Or can I keep them dormant in my garage and put them back out in the spring? I live in Ohio (zone 5)
Submitted by BHGPhotoContest

Hi,

Thanks for writing. You should be able to grow this kind of begonia as an indoor plant for the winter if you have a bright east- or west-facing window.

Get tips for bringing it and other plants indoors here:
http://www.bhg.com/gardening/houseplants/care/tips-for-moving-plants-indoors/

 


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