Flowers: August-November. Plant in part or full shade. HxS 15x30cm
The hardiest and most enduring form of Cyclamen, having pure white flowers from mid-summer onwards. The leaves appear after the flowers and remain throughout the winter, giving valuable colour under trees and shrubs. Looks good on its own or as a contrast with the pink form. It can also be mixed with Cyclamen coum to give flowers from August to April. We only supply flowering sized tubers from cultivated sources. Hardiness rating H5.
Care & Maintenance.
The seeds are often eaten by mice or bank voles – you need to get there quickly to beat them! Tidy after spring dormancy and wait for them to re-appear about August. We find they naturalise fairly easily.SKU: CYLHAL
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