Hi all, Bit of an odd one, going in to my greenhouse and all my Fuchsias and Regal Pelargoniums are still in full flower with plenty of new buds trying to open. While it looks great, wonder if I really need to be slowing them down and letting them rest ? Even a tub of really tender fuchsias that had stopped a month ago and was brought in to the greenhouse is now sending out lots of fresh shoots, 6" long with leaves a couple of inches across. The greenhouse is a lean to against the south wall of the house, but earlier this year I put in a diy 4x2ft propagator for some orchids running a 15c. While the propagator is now insulated with bubble film, clearly some of the heat is getting into the main part of the unheated greenhouse which also has a good bit of insulation as its covered in 10mm twinwalled polycarbonate. Have been watering the plants, but not feeding them for the last month or so. What the best action, let them continue ? even feeding ? or reduce the water and try and force them into dormancy ? Can we have too much of a good thing ?