Autumn and Spring Flowering Hardy Cyclamen Corms
Cyclamen produce dainty little flowers on leafless stems in shades of white, pink, red and purple, well before any foliage. Their underground corms, which are also called "bulbotubers", are tough as old boots.
Cyclamen corms lie dormant through the summer and then, depending on variety and weather, flowers appear between the end of August / early September and into the new year. Cyclamen are so easy to add to any garden, small or large, and they make wonderful container or window box subjects.
They prefer partial or dappled shade in any fertile and well-drained soil. 2.5-5cm is about the ideal planting depth. Mulch over them when their leaves wither.
Take a look at our full range of flower bulbs here, or our spring flowering bulbs here.
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See our handy bulb planting guide for the best flowering results.