I want to try and propogate my Amaryllis (just to see if I can). I read that you should trim the green ball shaped bit behind the flower when it is done blooming because it contains seeds and it will take energy from the bulb. Then I also read there can be bulblets around the bulb if the Amaryllis is grown in a large pot. My question is what is it's natural way to propogate? I didn't know flowers could have seeds and bulblets. I figure the bulblets would be easier to get going but could I use the seeds too? Also, if I use the seeds should I let that green lump behind the flower develop for a few weeks before I steal the seeds out of it?