Reviving fuscia once bloom is spent
First time posting to this forum. I have 5 Pink Marshmallows in hanging baskets that have gone through a heavy bloom and are now resting. Lots of seed pods. Some leaves (just one or two on each plant) turn bright yellow and remove them. I water to keep them moist and don't let them get stressed. All hang from limbs under trees and are otherwise happy.
Is it possible to revive them to bloom again this season? Do I remove the pods? I have a tremendous foliar feed (8-10-8) that I've used with great success this year on my roses and a few other plants - could I use it in this situation also?
Thanks in advance for any advice :)