This extremely hardy winter flowering cyclamen is tolerant of temperatures as low as -20°C. Cyclamen coum kuznetsovii is believed by some to be a separate species from Cyclamen coum we are not so sure. It has a rose corolla with a violet, or more rarely white, spot on the base. It flowers in January and February.
Position: can be grown in the open garden, where it is slightly shaded in summer, and moist during autumn through to late spring. Also striking in the alpine house, where it needs shade in warm weather and careful watering during the autumn.
Maintenance: once established, hardy cyclamen should be left undisturbed for many years and they will just keep getting better. The number of flowers will increase year by year and in time, young seedlings will appear which may be left in situ to mature, or be transplanted to other parts of the garden.
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