These dainty little border plants add instant colour to your winter garden
If you’re after hardy little plants that create impact during winter, cyclamen coum bulbs are perfect. Don’t be fooled by their somewhat dainty appearance – these colourful little guys are tough.
A popular choice for adding colour to your borders and containers during the winter, cyclamen thrive in full or sun dappled shade. Cyclamen bulbs will flower from autumn to spring, so they’re popular spring flowers as well as winter ones. Cyclamen coum produce lilac-rose flowers in beautiful contrast to deep green leaves with silver patterns.
- Cyclamen thrive in pots and borders
- Happy in partial and full shade
- Hardy and tough
- Lilac-rose flowers
We’re always looking for ways to grow bright, beaming colours during the winter. Cyclamen are great for adding a splash of eye-catching colour to your beds and borders during autumn and winter, and when spring rolls around they’ll still be blooming as your garden comes back to life. Hardy and tough, they’ll thrive in shady conditions, so they’re brilliant autumn plants.
Height 15-25cm. Bulb size 13/15cm. (Bulb sizes quoted in centimetres refer to the circumference of bulbs. All bulbs are sourced from cultivated stocks.)
Hardiness:-11 to -15 degrees
Aftercare - Easy:True
Aftercare - Moderate:False
Aftercare - High:False
Likes Acidic Soil:False
Beds & Borders:True
Grows in Sun or Partial Shade:True
Cyclamen will grow in any well drained soil. Choose a lightly shaded position and plant the corms 10-15cm apart just below the surface. Cyclamen hederifolium will flower during September and November and the Coum varieties December to March.
Ideal for beds and borders, patio pots and containers. Grows well in sun or shade.
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