I have a goldfish plant that is hanging in front of a south-facing window, over my kitchen sink, where it gets lots of moisture, and I only water it about once every 2 weeks. I have had it for several years, and it always flowered in spring/summer, except for last year, when it only produced 1 “fish”. I took it down, cut it back and replanted it in fresh soil. It started producing “fish” in April 2017, and flowered all summer. The vines are very long, and I had to wind them back up into the plant, or cut them. I didn’t want to cut them because I thought it would stop flowering, so some of the vines, if let down, would be about 6-8 feet long. For about a month, it seemed to be going dormant, then suddenly it started flowering again, even more abundantly than ever. I have friends who want cuttings. I don’t have any photos yet, but plan to take some soon. My question: is it safe to cut the vines now or should I wait until it stops flowering?