Posted: 16/11/2014 at 13:51
If you dug them up from the garden they will be fully hardy types Caz8 and can be planted out and just left to do their thing. They do not need digging-up. Cyclamen coum and hederifolium are most common types found in gardens and will self-seed and spread over time. Here's the RHS advice on garden types:
There is a small chance they are non-hardy types (those have larger flowers and in a wider range (the hardy c. coum and c. hed. types are always purple or white) but the 'florist' types are generally only grown indoors. If they are this type (usually c. persicum) then bring indoors every winter and plant out again in spring. If you found them in the garden then they are unlikely to be these.