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Cyclamen
These Cyclamen are a hardy relative of the popular florist's Cyclamen.  They are excellent for the rock garden, under trees or in the border.  Cyclamen do very well as a pot plant (1 in a 4" pot or 3 in a 10" pot), but leaving them undisturbed in the garden will make them an excellent groundcover.


Hederifolium Cyclamen

Hederifolium Cyclamen
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Hederifolium Cyclamen have pale pink-violet flowers with swept back petals. Their heart-shaped leaves of green, marbled with white, remain long after the flowers bloom out making a nice groundcover. Grow well in the shade.

Size: 12/14 cm
Plant: 3 Bulbs Per Sq Ft
Bloom Time: Early Spring
Planting Depth: 2"
Height: 6-8"
Zone: 5-10
Exposure: Shady/Semi-shady

Coum Cyclamen

Coum Cyclamen
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Coum Cyclamen have white, pink, magenta or red flowers blotched with purple. The hardiest of the Cyclamen, they're small plants, usually not more than 2-3 inches tall, with flat, heart-shaped leaves that go can be dark green to dark red, but are usually a mosaic of green patterns. Coum provides color in the garden in late fall and winter, appearing in December-March. These little beauties prefer dry shade - good drainage is paramount. Be sure to plant as soon as possible after receiving.

Size: 12/14 cm
Plant: 3 Bulbs Per Sq Ft
Bloom Time: Early Spring
Planting Depth: 2"
Height: 6-8"
Zone: 5-10
Exposure: Shady/Semi-shady
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