Over the last decade, Cybister Amaryllis have become increasingly more popular. Originally hybridized in South America, Cybister Amaryllis have narrow, somewhat spidery flower petals that appear more species-like than their big saucer-shaped cousins. Emerald has greenish-white petals that are delicately etched with red striations (more so on the upper petals) and a luminous starburst green throat. Cybister Amaryllis need not be forced into dormancy, but can be grown as a year-round houseplant, flowering at will. Harvest bulb size: 24 cm. After harvest, the bulb may shrink a bit as it dries: it will plump up again once potted and hydrated.