Cornflowers falling over

I have some cornflower benjamin button saplings and they’re falling over, but I’m not sure why. Is it too late to save them by propping them up? I tried propping them up with toothpicks but they still look sad. I moved them outside for more sun, but not sure if they can be saved.

I’m not sure if I understand what you are asking. If they were inside, they might have grown stretched out because they didn’t have enough light. If it’s warm enough outside, I would go ahead and plant them. You might want to stick a stick in there and tie them up so they remain upright.
I have a few of them outside that have flopped over, but I have others that haven’t. Staking them is an easy fix.

Could you send pictures? There are a number of possible causes: legginess from not enough light, damping off, toddlers, cats. Each has a different solution.