The Jewel amaryllis bulbs are large, 32 to 34 cm in diameter. The bright white flowers on the Jewel Amaryllis bulb emerge from the creamy-yellow center of a two foot flower stem, and the flowers are defined by an unusual, three dimensional layer of tightly stacked petals in the center of the trumpet bloom a situation normally called: 'double flowering amaryllis' The flowers of the Jewel Amaryllis bulb are often 5 inches wide and are one of the few amaryllis that are fragrant with a hint of the citrus aroma. The jewel amaryllis bulb can produce three or more flower stems each year that are topped with four or more flowers.The bulb produces several stems of flowers loaded with blossoms. The double row of petals in the pure white Jewel Amaryllis flower is variable in the length of the individual petals, and the shape of the Amaryllis petals can also vary from an angular triangle to a rounded ellipse. The Jewel Amaryllis flower stems can be cut off the plant with a few leaves to form an excellent, long lasting floral cut flower.