When I rang her door bell on our first date, I had my amor-yllis in my arms and ready to greet her with its new buds! I had no idea this plant would live through 4 years of courting and blooming on nearly every anniversary. This year I proposed and she said yes! The Hipster reacted like the Spanish word 'Prometido' (Spanish for engaged). A new blossom soon flowered a few weeks later. Then again the week of our wedding we were surprised to see the second flowering 4 months after the engagement. This time new leaf shoots came out of its perimeter.
The question: should I break off these shoots and plant them? Should I leave it alone and re-pot entire plant with "babies" in a bigger container ( it is in a 8" pot now).