Cyclamen are an elegant and beautiful flowering plant that you can grow in your home or office. Cyclamen can make great houseplants that can thrive in most homes or can be used as bedding plants in your garden. The care is very easy. Generally, they require bright, indirect light and like to be watered once a week or so depending on location. Be careful not to overwater them, as they can rot. Keep the soil moist but not soggy. Fertilize them once a month with a bloom booster fertilizer. They make fantastic houseplants, and their blooms can last for months. They will come in multiple colors.
• Water: When the soil just starts to get dry to the touch but not soggy
• Light & Location: indirect bright light and place in a cool location
• Temperature: 50-65º
• Fertilize: Every 4 weeks at half strength
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Cyclamens are an elegant and beautiful flowering plant that you can grow in your home or office or in a flower bed in your yard. Cyclamen can make great houseplants that can thrive in most homes or can be used as bedding plants in your garden. Cyclamens are one of the first bloomers you can plant in containers outside for your deck or patio. They prefer a cool location with indirect sunlight. The key to success with cyclamen is watering properly. There is a fine line between overwatering and underwatering. Make sure the soil is well drained and that your planter has good drainage.
Water only when the soil is dry to the touch but not completely bone dry. This could cause the leaves to droop. When you do water, just water the soil trying not to hit the leaves of flowers. Fertilize with a water-soluble plant food at half strength once per month.