The leaves of cumbria reach up to half a meter in length. From each bulba grow 2-3 narrow elongated leaves, quite dense and wiry to the touch.The flowers of cumbria are often quite large and, as already mentioned, quite diverse in appearance. They may have more rounded petals, and narrower, but most of their overall shape resembles the shape of a starfish. In diameter, they reach about 10 cm, and the smallest-50 mm, germinate on peduncles "in groups". These flowers are quite rarely monophonic, which is a specific feature of Cumbria flowering: often the petals are colored in two colors at once and are noticeable by a characteristic interspersing of white spots or stripes, a bright yellow core. With proper care, flowering can occur several times a year. Nevertheless, the plant is characterized by a period of hibernation: the flower is placed in a cool, dark place for several weeks. At this time, flowering stops and gives the hybrid a rest.