A few years ago I planted several amaryllis seeds and four of them germinated. One flowered early last September and although the flower stalk has gone to the compost pile long ago, it still has several large upright leaves looking as good as new - which scares me because I expected them to die and for the plant then to go through some sort of dormant period. Anyway, unless someone suggests otherwise I will just leave it to do whatever it wants to do. My question today concerns two of the other three pots. Here are two pictures of one of them and you see that it seems to contain several plants. One is in the greenhouse under lights and thriving; this one is indoors near a window and its leaves are drooping, turning yellow and dying. No problem, but my concern arises from the fact that it look like there are several plants in the pot. That seems impossible, for I was dead certain that only one seed germinated in this pot. I am afraid to take it (them?) out and wash off the dirt to see what is there, in case I harm whatever is in the pot and in case there is something that I should then do immediately - and won't do. But I don't feel comfortable just leaving it alone. Does anyone have any suggestions as to what I should do?