Do wax begonias come back every year?
Hereof, do wax begonias come back?
The most compact and healthy wax begonias result from deadheading and pinching back regularly. Annual begonia plants may be cut back before frost and used inside as a houseplant in winter.
One may also ask, are tuberous begonias annuals or perennials? There are no perennial begonias. There are forms that make great houseplants and will grow year-round indoors, but outdoors the plants are all unable to tolerate frost.
Moreover, how long do wax begonias last?
four to five years
Can begonias last through winter?
They prefer shade over sun and go dormant in winter. In areas with winter frost, you can dig up your tuberous begonia plants after cold arrives and the foliage dies back. In frost-free regions, bring tuberous begonias indoors in pots and withhold water during winter, allowing them to go dormant.