Cyclamen coum in flower

Cyclamen coum PDN008 in flower

We’d like to sing the praises of the amazing Cyclamen coum.  Here are photos from the garden today.  These start flowering for us in mid-February and continue until April, after which time, they go summer dormant, re-emerging in fall.  The secret to success is to plant them near trees/shrubs where they will remain dry in the summer.

Cyclamen coum PDN009 in flower

A white-flowered Cyclamen coum.  Cyclamen are grown from seed, so each plants is slightly different including flower color.

Cyclamen coum PDN016 in flowerA lovely solid silver-leaf Cyclamen coum.  How many folks already enjoy these winter-flowering gems in the garden?


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