It's only a matter of time now before the seed pods ripen and begin to split and the seeds are available for sowing. After that it will be a couple of years before they finally flower and I'll see the results of my attempts to cross this Amaryllis with the NOID that I just had blooming.
When the seeds are ready I'll post a photo of them also so you can see what they look like and how they should be sowed to get them to germinate. As I type this I have yet another Amaryllis that has sent up a scape and will be flowering shortly. I'm pretty happy I waited much longer than everyone else to bring my Amaryllis bulbs out of dormancy because if I did it right I should have one or two bulbs in bloom during the first days of spring.
Here's a video I made showing you how to pot an Amaryllis Bulb.
and one showing you how to pollinate an Amaryllis flower.