Cyclamen Hederifolium from Willows Nursery

. . . . . through the year

Even though we have been growing Cyclamen for decades, we still get great pleasure from
the sight of the first Cyclamen Hederifolium flowers of the new season poking their heads up
through the soil or gravel in our garden or shadehouses.

So, we thought that we would take photographs and post them on this page to show what you can expect from
your Cyclamen Hederifolium throughout the year – we hope that you find them of interest.

Les & Anne Cordes 12 August 2019

12th August 2019 : Cyclamen Hederifolium are dormant in the late Spring/early Summer and begin to grow again in July – the flowers come first, followed by the leaves after a few weeks.  Generally, the white flowered form (Album) starts a little earlier than the pink ones.

24th August 2019 : Cyclamen Hederifolium self seeds and ants help to scatter the seeds around the garden – new plants can then pop up in unexpected places ! The second photograph shows multiple buds coming from a single (roughly 6 years old) corm.  And next a low level view across part of one of our nursery beds – the leaves are just starting to come through now as well.