Go ahead and cut off the flower stem. Unless you are trying to raise and collect clivia seeds it is best to remove old flower stems so the plant can put energy into producing more flowers instead of maturing seeds. A plant's primary objective is continuation of the species. By removing flower stems before seed develops the plant is encouraged to bloom again.
Answered on June 9, 2017
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