How to Grow Cyclamen Plant?

Cyclamens are low-growing perennials that belong to the primrose family. Hardy cyclamens can be grown in gardens throughout the United States.

Cyclamen plants have heart-shaped leaves and produce showy flowers that bloom in shades of pink, rose, lavender, or white from late summer through fall.

There are about 20 species of cyclamen. The most popular species for gardening is Cyclamen purpurascens, or hardy cyclamen.

Cyclamen like cool temperatures and dappled sunlight so they are perfect for growing in shaded areas.

While they prefer slightly acidic soil, they will tolerate neutral to slightly alkaline soils.

Good drainage is essential as cyclamen do not like to have soggy roots. They can be propagated by seed or division.

A general purpose fertilizer will provide the nutrients they need for good growth. Apply fertilizer before planting and again in early spring.

Cyclamen like to be kept moist but not waterlogged, so it’s important to make sure they have good drainage.

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