Overwintering Tuberous Begonias

Agawam, MA

Hi all,
I grew Tuberous Non-stop Begonias in containers for the first time this year and I loved them! I would like to overwinter them inside. I do not have room to just bring them in and put them at a bright window - too many houseplants, plus I have 12 good sized plants to bring in. Can I force them into dormancy and just store the rhizomes/tubers/roots(?) until next spring? Any advice would be appreciated.
Thanks, Cindy

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