Answer: Tuberous begonias will sprout when the weather suits them, provided they were properly cared for last season. You may just need to wait a bit for the little pink buds to appear. Here's some general information on tuberous begonia care: At the end of summer, when the leaves begin to yellow and wilt, reduce watering. When the stems have fallen off the plant, lift the tuber, shake off any dirt, dry the tuber in the sun for about 3 days, and store in a cool, dry place such as a garage. In the spring little pink buds will appear and you can repot the tuber and place it outdoors. Hope your begonia tuber shows some signs of life soon!
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