Cyclamen hederifolium
Has received the RHS Award of Garden Merit.

Common Name : ivy-leaved cyclamenType : Bulb/CormHabit : TuftedHeight : < 10 cmSpread : 10-50 cmFlower colour : PinkFoliage : DeciduousFoliage colour : Siver-greenHardiness : H5
Hardy in most places throughout the UK even in severe winters -15° to -10°
Sunlight : Part ShadeMoisture : Well-drainedSoil : Acid / Neutral / AlkalineSeason of interest : AutumnTo be Sheltered

C. hederifolium is a perennial to 12cm, with somewhat ivy-shaped leaves patterned with silvery-green, and pink, sometimes fragrant, flowers 2.5cm in width, darker around the mouth, opening before or with the leaves.

2018 – Small flowering on 3 specimens in September-October. 

2017- Beautiful foliage development in February. Foliage disappears from the end of May.

2016- Bought at the plant festival in Cesson-Sévigné stand “Sarl les Bulbes Nicolas et Oliver Rebours”. Planted 4 specimens at the foot of the Malus Evereste. November: 2 flowers on 2 specimens. No foliage.


O19

2020 – Beautiful development of 3 specimens at the foot of the apple tree (and under the pergola).

2019 – In September-October, the tree flowers quite well.

2018- Nice foliage this winter. Flowering in September-October. Consider repatriating the specimen from the pergola under the apple tree next year.

2017- Nice foliage development in February. Foliage disappears from the end of May.

2016- Bought at the plant festival in Cesson-Sévigné. Planted under the pergola 1 corm between the 3 ferns Cyrtomium falcatum. Shy foliage in December,

C. hederifolium is a perennial to 12cm, with somewhat ivy-shaped leaves patterned with silvery-green, and pink, sometimes fragrant, flowers 2.5cm in width, darker around the mouth, opening before or with the leaves.


2016.- Bought at the Cesson plants fair. Planted 1 specimen under the pergola between the 3 Cyrtomium falcatum ferns and 4 specimens under the Malus ‘Evereste’.

See on garden plan - Coordinates: J17, O19