Repotting Amaryllis - Knowledgebase Question

Pittsburg, Ca
Question by chasolis
June 4, 2010
I planted an amaryllis in a big pot and it has since produced two other plants. They're all giving me huge, huge red flowers now! Can I safely separate and repot the two other growths without harming them? Thanks so much.

Answer from NGA
June 4, 2010


You can divide and repot your amaryllis and end up with 3 flowering plants. The best time to repot is when they are dormant so wait until the leaves die down, then cut them from the plants, carefully dig and separate the bulbs and repot each on its own. Enjoy your amaryllis!

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