How to pot with daughter bulb attached?

Long Island, NY(Zone 7a)

I overwintered my amaryllis for the first time this year. The first one I potted up is already blooming and looks beautiful!

I just peeked at the rest of my "resting" bulbs which are wrapped in newspaper, and noticed that one has a small daughter bulb that is sending out a green shoot. The main part of the bulb, however, doesn't show any signs of green. Since the daughter part is so low on the main bulb, how should I pot this one up? Do I separate them? The daughter bulb is roughly the size of my thumb.

Thanks.

East Texas, United States(Zone 8a)

I think that daugther is kinda little, I would leave it alone and separate next year. Don't worry about offset position, pot it as usual. Offset will find its place naturally, so don't worry about dirt smothering it.

This message was edited Jan 24, 2009 9:01 AM

Long Island, NY(Zone 7a)

Thank you. I'll do just that!

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