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CYCLAMEN

CYCLAMEN

CYCLAMEN

These are the small hardy wild versions of our indoor cyclamen. They delight in part shade and flower from September to April. They make excellent winter ground cover plants with attractively marbled leaves. They spread by seeding. We send the tubers as dormant plants in early autumn or again towards the end of their growing season in the early spring.

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CYCLAMEN COUM

 A  popular winter flowering hardy cyclamen. Round leaves and tubby flowers in shades of pink and white. . Excellent in humus rich soil round the base of a tree or under shrubs.. The leaves appear in late autumn and persist until the spring. 

Height: 4"

Flowers: December - February

Price: 3 = £15.00 youg tubers. 

CYCLAMEN COUM

CYCLAMEN HEDERIFOLIUM

Award of Garden MeritThe mainstay for autumn-flowering and a most rewarding plant. Masses of pink or white flowers which appear before the attractively marbled leaves. There may also be silver leaved ones.

Should be planted 1ft apart in a dry situation with dappled or even full shade. An excellent winter foliage plant for dry shade. Very long lived plants making huge dinner plate sized tubers over time. The leaves appear in late autumn and persist until the spring. 

Height: 4"

Flowers: Aug-Oct

 3 = £15.00 young tubers

Price:

2.00

CYCLAMEN HEDERIFOLIUM

Award of Garden Merit =those plants given the Award of Garden Merit by the RHS.

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