Haemanthus advice

Barb Niemann bbniemann@gmail.com
Tue, 23 Apr 2013 14:15:25 PDT
I was at a local nursery today and found this haemanthus tucked away in 
a corner of one of the greenhouses. One of the owners said he didn't 
know what kind it was but said it had a white flower. Can I assume it is 
a haemanthus albiflos?

It looks like it has been in its pot for some time and there are a lot 
of dead roots on it. Is this a good time to repot? Should I remove as 
much of the dead roots as possible?  Would it be a good idea to increase 
the size of the pot or leave it in the same pot? Any other general 
advice is always appreciated :)

Here are some pictures of it:

West Suburbs of Chicago, IL
Zone 6A

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