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Cyclamen make ideal houseplants for a conservatory, porch or cool room indoors. Their flowers are much larger than the outdoor varieties and are produced throughout the winter months. Plant the tubers into pots of loam based compost so that their tops are level with the surface of the soil and water sparingly until growth begins. Keep the compost just moist and avoid wetting the crown when watering. Feed every two weeks when in flower. After flowering place the plants on their sides and allow to dry off and become dormant. Cyclamen hate conditions that are too hot and dry so a cool room needed to keep them flowering.
Flower colour: Red, Pink, Magenta, White, Mauve
Foliage colour: Dark green
Sun exposure: Partial shade, Shade
Skill level: Beginner
Time to plant seeds: August to October
Time to plant: August to September
The information is good as far as it goes but could do with saying when they flower and for how long to leave dormant etc
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