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Cyclamen Box Cyclamen Box
Cyclamen Box

Cyclamen Box

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Two pots of Sussex grown dwarf cyclamen planted in a lined rustic wood box. Pretty butterfly flowers rise above the neat dark-green leaves. A delightful and long-lasting present that will bring cheer to any windowsill.
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New in for this season we have these beautiful cyclamen boxes back in stock. You can choose from red or pink flowers or a mixture of both if you wish, from the drop down menu.
24cm high in a rustic wood box
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Anne, Oct 07
5 stars

Plants were a gift and the recipient was delighted and described the plants as gorgeous!

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Care Instrictions

These instructions are sent with the plant gift

Cyclamen are an easy plant which flowers repeatedly in Autumn or Spring depending upon the variety. They will grow outdoors in sheltered shade, or indoors on a cool window sill or in a porch.

If indoors make sure your plants get some natural light, by putting them near a window. Very strong direct sunlight is best avoided as are hot radiators.

When these cyclamens are in small pots you will need to water regularly especially if in a warm spot. Ideally, they should be allowed to suck water up from underneath, so it is best to leave the plastic pots in a tray or sink with a couple of centimetres of water for a few minutes before returning to their wicker basket. In a warm room you may need to do this several times a week. Try to keep the compost damp – not dry and not soggy.

Pick off dead flowers continually to encourage more buds and pick off dead leaves to keep the basket looking fresh.

Problem solving:

If your cyclamen plants start to droop, water immediately and pick off any dead leaves or buds to encourage a recovery.

Occasionally mould can develop underneath the leaves, if this occurs, pick off any damaged leaves and flowers, let the plant dry out a little and then water more regularly, but sparingly. Mould is caused by damp humid conditions around the leaf stems or uneven watering and can often be improved in a better ventilated/drier room.