I cut my healthy leaves
I've had two amaryllis plants for at least three years now. One at work and one at home. The one at work has grown well and blooms mutliple flower stalks. Last year it produced three little offshoots, this year it has produced two large offshoots.
I remember receiving advice about cutting my amaryllis's leaves to force dormancy, so I did that and placed it and it's offshoots in an empty file cabinet at work. I later read on SEVERAL web articles that you should never cut the healthy leaves. (oops!) The amaryllis whose leaves I cut most recently bloomed in the spring and has been receiving lots of sun and water all this time. The bulb is pretty healthy, will my having cut the leaves end in disaster after having this plant all these years?
I haven't touched my amaryllis at home, I'm just going to put that one in the basement. It's not in happy place this year because it didn't bloom.
Any advice you can provide is much appreciated.