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Friday, August 11, 2023


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danger garden

Sometimes the reader I use to be notified of new blog posts on those I follow inserts a post from the past. I thought this was going to be one of those when I opened it, but no, it's current. How the heck do you have cyclamen foliage in your garden right now?

Barbara H.

I'm jealous.

Kris P

Plants are sometimes much smarter than we are about the best spots for them!


I am so surprised to hear about critters digging up your Cyclamen. We've got loads of C. hederifolium and some C. coum just starting to bloom, and nothing seems to have bothered them for the last 12 or so years. The corms on the former are huge! These two species, at least, seem to do okay with going 3-4 months without water in the summer. The leaves on the cyclamen in your second photo are a real stunner!

Linda Brazill

JERRY — Your cyclamen success suggests that maybe I should try again.

Linda Brazill

DANGER — Given that there are two kinds of Cyclamen that bloom in winter and late summer, it can be confusing. All of mine bloom at this time of year which may be earlier or later than is typical due to zone and climate I'm guessing.

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