Posted: 19/10/2017 at 17:49
Fairly normal occurrence. Just keep removing them. In the end you may end up with just stalks which is what I often reduce mine to in any case. It keeps the botrytis away.
I moved mine into a cold greenhouse a few weeks back. Watered them with Vine weevil killer and I will leave them there, just on the damp side of dry until they begin to shoot in Spring.
I also find that when removing the leaves pieces come off. These I use as cuttings. They root even in winter as long as they are not too wet and rot.
Any plants which are dividable can be done if you want, but they may not grow away rapidly as the plants are really going into winder dormancy. Better waiting until Spring, but that is only my opinion.