Amaryllis Rilona is a beautiful large, frilly, backswept, apricot flower with red veins and a salmon throat atop a sturdy stem and strappy leaves. Easily forced indoors to bloom over Christmas or any other time of the year as it produces flowers approximately 6-8 weeks after planting. Best results when planted slightly above the soil in a container and placed in a dark area at room temperature (15-20 degrees) until shoots appear when it can be moved to a bright, sunny location. Turning the pot slightly every day will keep the stem straight. Once flowering is completed, bulbs can be stored and encouraged the following year or can be planted in sunny areas outdoors once the weather begins to warm.