cyclamen


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Mediterranean plant widely cultivated as a houseplant for its showy dark green leaves splotched with silver and nodding white or pink to reddish flowers with reflexed petals

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Cyclamen Hederifolium is a superb naturalising bulb.
A stunning country garden in Winkleigh, which boasts a National Collection of cyclamen and hellebores, as well as over 400 snowdrop varieties lining woodland paths.
Tender: Cyclamen persicum does best indoors They look lovely in the shade under trees, amid ferns and snowdrops Diarmuid Gavin on Cyclamen coum Delicate: Cyclamen coum prefers a shady aspect Blooming: Cyclamen offer a riot of colour
Garden centres will now be awash with autumn and winter bedding, including pansies and violas, wallflowers, dianthus and cyclamen. Use a showstopper as the centre plant and then use trailers, such as creeping Jenny or ivy, around the outside of your pots, filling the gaps with pretty violas and pansies.
The Cyclamen Cyprium was declared Cyprus' national plant together with the golden oak tree as its national tree on February 1, 2006.
Cyclamen plants will continue to bloom for a few weeks if they are kept in a north window in a cool room (55 to 60 degrees Fahrenheit) and watered enough to keep the soil evenly moist and never soggy.
Lamium with silver foliage and a pink flower would look great with the silver foliage of cyclamen. If you like rustic charm, heucheras are great at giving contrast of foliage.
For a unique alternative to the traditional holiday poinsettia or Christmas cactus, and an attractive easy-care houseplant that will bloom continuously throughout winter, you may want to consider giving florists' cyclamens (Cyclamen persicum) a try.
Cyclamen can be maintained as a houseplant year-round to enjoy the heart-shaped leaves attractively figured and marbled with contrasting colors.
The holidays provide us with the opportunity to enjoy the flowers of holiday cacti, kalanchoe, cyclamen and poinsettia.
CYCLAMEN are probably the most popular winter flowering pot plant in the UK and they are at their best in November.