Answer: You can separate the offsets and pot them up on their own, but don't expect them to flower their first season. They'll need a few year's growth before they're mature enough to produce flowers. (The industry standard is 2 years or 4 leaves before they're ready to flower.) Provide them with the same care as your parent plant and your new little offsets will bloom as soon as they're able.
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