The Q&A Archives: Amaryllis With Two Flowering Stems

Question: Is it possible to have an amaryllis have two flowering stems? I have it growing in my office at work and the first flower stem was about 2in. high, when another one started. The first stem is about 8 in. taller than the second. I am absolutely positive it is not a leaf.

Answer: In a word, yes. Occasionally you will even see three from a very healthy large bulb. Enjoy!

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