I grew ground cherries (Cape Gooseberry, Physalis peruviana) from seed last year (2014) and kept them in containers outdoors. When the weather cooled down here in the Seattle, WA area, I brought them indoors and they've sat on the front sill of my south-facing living room window all winter. It is now early April and the plants are still in their original pots and have grown quite leggy. Here's my question - now what? I plan to re-pot them in bigger containers with fresh container potting soil and put them outsides once the overnight temperatures are 50 degrees F (10 degrees C). I'm not sure what to do about the legginess - do I prune? If yes, how drastically? Pls help.