Posted: 13/08/2016 at 14:23
Indoor cyclamen are usually C. persicum. That's what yours look like. They need to be allowed to die down and restart.
Put them outside in a cool shady corner and tip the pots on their sides and leave them to dry off. They will lose all their leaves.
Leave them there and keep an eye on them - when you see new little leaves appearing in the autumn, take them out of their pots, shake off as much compost as possible and repot in good houseplant compost, keeping the tops of the corms just proud of the compost.
Bring them indoors and keep them on a well lit windowsill, but out of direct sunlight. Water gently - don't water the corm just the compost. It's best to water by standing the pot in water for an hour or so to absorb moisture then allowing it to drain off.
Hopefully you'll get new flowers before too long.
Last edited: 13 August 2016 14:23:48