Amarillys is a perennial. It has a very beautiful flower of various colors, shapes and sizes. The leaves are long, linear, and straight and they departure from the soil, or better said, the bulbs. Floral tree is upright, long and at the top it has a racemose inflorescence with short pedicle on which are located a few large noticeable flowers. It blooms in the early spring, depending on the heat. It is usually grown indoors and it is taken out after blooming when it warms up. Foliage does not break as long as it is not fully dry, because in the leaves, as well as in all the bulbs is a setof reserved matter that will develop again into above-ground stem after the period of inaction. It is planted in the spring or autumn. A pot that is approximately the same size as the bulb would be the best for planting, but it could be also planted in the garden in spring.