Yes, there is that chance. In order to achieve this you will have to act precisely and expertly. After flowering, you cut back the stems, thus keeping the plant small and compact. After cutting back, the plant needs to be repotted in good quality compost. Normally, renewed flowering is the result of the plant being put away in a dark place (short-day plant). If this is not done, Gardenlina™ will not flower again until spring.