A plant genus of the family PRIMULACEAE that contains triterpenoid saponins.
The MEDITERRANEAN SEA, the MEDITERRANEAN ISLANDS, and the countries bordering on the sea collectively.
Expanded structures, usually green, of vascular plants, characteristically consisting of a bladelike expansion attached to a stem, and functioning as the principal organ of photosynthesis and transpiration. (American Heritage Dictionary, 2d ed)
A plant genus of the family CUCURBITACEAE known for the edible fruit.
PLANTS, or their progeny, whose GENOME has been altered by GENETIC ENGINEERING.
Proteins found in plants (flowers, herbs, shrubs, trees, etc.). The concept does not include proteins found in vegetables for which VEGETABLE PROTEINS is available.
An enlarged underground root or stem of some plants. It is usually rich in carbohydrates. Some, such as POTATOES, are important human FOOD. They may reproduce vegetatively from buds.
A chemical element having an atomic weight of 106.4, atomic number of 46, and the symbol Pd. It is a white, ductile metal resembling platinum, and following it in abundance and importance of applications. It is used in dentistry in the form of gold, silver, and copper alloys.
A process of preserving animal hides by chemical treatment (using vegetable tannins, metallic sulfates, and sulfurized phenol compounds, or syntans) to make them immune to bacterial attack, and subsequent treatments with fats and greases to make them pliable. (McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific and Technical Terms, 5th ed)

A phyloclimatic study of Cyclamen. (1/9)

BACKGROUND: The impact of global climate change on plant distribution, speciation and extinction is of current concern. Examining species climatic preferences via bioclimatic niche modelling is a key tool to study this impact. There is an established link between bioclimatic niche models and phylogenetic diversification. A next step is to examine future distribution predictions from a phylogenetic perspective. We present such a study using Cyclamen (Myrsinaceae), a group which demonstrates morphological and phenological adaptations to its seasonal Mediterranean-type climate. How will the predicted climate change affect future distribution of this popular genus of garden plants? RESULTS: We demonstrate phylogenetic structure for some climatic characteristics, and show that most Cyclamen have distinct climatic niches, with the exception of several wide-ranging, geographically expansive, species. We reconstruct climate preferences for hypothetical ancestral Cyclamen. The ancestral Cyclamen lineage has a preference for the seasonal Mediterranean climate characteristic of dry summers and wet winters. Future bioclimatic niches, based on BIOCLIM and Maxent models, are examined with reference to a future climate scenario for the 2050s. Over the next 50 years we predict a northward shift in the area of climatic suitability, with many areas of current distribution becoming climatically unsuitable. The area of climatic suitability for every Cyclamen species is predicted to decrease. For many species, there may be no areas with a suitable climate regardless of dispersal ability, these species are considered to be at high risk of extinction. This risk is examined from a phylogenetic perspective. CONCLUSION: Examining bioclimatic niches from a phylogenetic perspective permits novel interpretations of these models. In particular, reconstruction of ancestral niches can provide testable hypothesis about the historical development of lineages. In the future we can expect a northwards shift in climatic suitability for the genus Cyclamen. If this proves to be the case then dispersal is the best chance of survival, which seems highly unlikely for ant-dispersed Cyclamen. Human-assisted establishment of Cyclamen species well outside their native ranges offers hope and could provide the only means of dispersal to potentially suitable future environments. Even without human intervention the phylogenetic perspective demonstrates that major lineages could survive climate change even if many species are lost.  (+info)

Mycobiota from Cyclamen persicum and its interaction with Botrytis cinerea. (2/9)

Sixty-six fungi isolated from cyclamen phylloplanes were identified and assessed in vitro for antagonism to B. cinerea on leaves, petals, petioles and peduncles. The estimation of pathogen conidial production was used as indicator of biocontrol ability of each of the strains. They were classified by cluster analysis resulting in four categories according to their behavior in the different organs. The most promising category included 34 isolates that significantly reduced pathogen inoculum in all the organs. Correspondence analysis showed association among leaf isolations, strains of Clonostachys rosea and Penicillium spp. and the best biocontrol performance. The statistical analysis was successful in dealing with this complex set of experimental data. Leaf fungal diversity was higher than those of petals and petiols, with Shannon values of 2.7, 0.9 and 0.5 respectively. Evidence for antibiosis and hyperparasitism was found for C. rosea.  (+info)

Large impact of the apoplast on somatic embryogenesis in Cyclamen persicum offers possibilities for improved developmental control in vitro. (3/9)


Isolation and antisense suppression of flavonoid 3', 5'-hydroxylase modifies flower pigments and colour in cyclamen. (4/9)


Two SERK genes are markers of pluripotency in Cyclamen persicum Mill. (5/9)


Thermotolerant cyclamen with reduced acrolein and methyl vinyl ketone. (6/9)


Characterization of Alcaligenes faecalis strain AD15 indicating biocontrol activity against plant pathogens. (7/9)

Bacterial strain possessing both bacteriostatic and fungistatic activity (biocontrol activity) against pathogens of cyclamen (Cyclamen sp.) was isolated from the soil in Gifu Prefecture, Japan, and characterized with respect to its taxonomic and biocontrol properties. The sequence of its 16S rRNA gene, morphology, biochemistry, and fatty acid composition demonstrated that it is a strain most closely related to Alcaligenes faecalis subsp. faecalis LMG 1229(T). The isolate was named A. faecalis strain AD15. A. faecalis AD15 produced hydroxylamine at maximum yields of 33.3+/-1.7 mg/L after 16 h cultivation in LB medium and 19.0+/-0.44 mg/L after 19 h cultivation in synthetic medium. Moreover, minimum inhibitory concentrations of hydroxylamine against the cyclamen pathogens Pantoea agglomerans and Colletotrichum gloeosporioides were 4.20+/-0.98 and 16.5+/-0.67 mg/L. These results indicated that the biocontrol activity of strain AD15 might be attributed to hydroxylamine, a metabolite in the culture medium, and it had the potential for biopesticide application.  (+info)

Multi-petal cyclamen flowers produced by AGAMOUS chimeric repressor expression. (8/9)


The ultrastructural analysis by electron microscope clearly shows this products marked osmotic effect; and when the observation is extended to 10 minutes, the evidence is not only reproduced but cyclamens osmotic effect on airway epithelium is seen to be increased. This effect is reversible, which gives it added interest as it guarantees total integrity of the cells after exposure. In her conclusions, Dr. Fabre stated that the analysis of cyclamens in vitro effect for 5 minutes is particularly interesting, as it matches the time that the extract is in contact with the nasal epithelium in vivo (due to the mucus secretion and clearing effect). She added, in this experimental system, the cyclamen extract induces a powerful mucus secretion without disrupting the membrane (similar to the secretion obtained with hypertonic seawater). In addition, this effect of cyclamen is reversible, as shown by the fact that normal epithelial morphology is restored in vitro after 24 hours. In short, these ...
Low seed yield is a limiting factor for cross breeding and hybrid seed production in cyclamen. This study was performed to investigate pollen germination and its relation to cross-pollination success and fruit set in this plant. In order to achieve a high level of pollen germination, the effect of different concentrations of chemical compounds were examined on in vitro pollen germination of cyclamen in modified Brewbaker and Kwack medium, containing sucrose (10 and 20%), calcium nitrate (0, 200 and 300 mg l-1), and boric acid (0, 100 and 200mg l-1 ) at two pH levels (5.5 and 6.5). Maximum pollen germination was obtained in media containing higher concentration of calcium and boron regardless of sucrose concentration and pH level. Pollen germination percentage was genotype-dependent. Cross-pollination was performed among four different genotypes characterized by various pollen germination percentages. There was a direct correlation between cross-pollination success and pollen germination percentage.
Cyclamen hederifolium Mini Me aka Mini Me Dwarf Ivy-leaf Hardy Cyclamen. Grows in Part Sun to Light Shade. Flower Color is Pink and blooms in Fall, Summer. Hardiness zone 4a, 4b, 5a, 5b, 6a, 6b, 7a, 7b, 8a, 8b. Characteristics: Deer Resistant Plants, Drought Tolerant Plants, Dry Shade Plants, Pollinator Plants, Medicinal Plants, Ornamental Seed or Fruit, Rabbit Resistant Plants, Xeriscaping Plants, Patterned Foliage, Corms - Bulbs - Tubers, Fairy Garden Plants, Gnome Gardens, Rock Garden Plants, Southwest Garden Plants ---
Define cyclamen mite: a minute translucent greenish mite (Steneotarsonemus pallidus) living on the leaves of the cyclamen and other greenhouse plants…
Cyclamen aldehyde is a fragrance molecule which has been used in soaps, detergents, lotions and perfumes since the 1920s. It was granted generally recognized as safe (GRAS) status by Flavor and Extract Manufacturers Association (FEMA) in 1965 and is approved by the Food and Drug Administration for food use in the United States. The Council of Europe (1970) included cyclamen aldehyde in the list of admissible artificial flavoring substances, at a level of 1 ppm. Cyclamen aldehyde is not naturally occurring and is prepared by the crossed-aldol condensation of cuminaldehyde and propionaldehyde followed by hydrogenation in the presence of a catalyst. Monographs on fragrance raw materials. Food and Cosmetics Toxicology. 12: 397. June 1974. doi:10.1016/0015-6264(74)90018-2. Bedoukian, P.Z. (1967). Pelfumery and Flavoring Synthetics (2nd ed.). Elsevier Publishing Co. p. 145 ...
The saliva of cyclamen and broad mites is toxic to plants and causes twisting, curling, hardening and distortion of growing points. Infested plants typically appear distorted, have crippled crowns, and have premature bud and flower death. Tissue damage from cyclamen and broad mites may appear similar to damage caused by herbicides or nutrient disorders.. Control: Cyclamen and broad mites are best managed by preventing their introduction into a greenhouse, home or home garden. New plants that might harbor cyclamen or broad mites should be isolated from other susceptible plants for several weeks so that they can be monitored for symptoms typical of a cyclamen or broad mite infestation. If plants are infested, consider discarding them. Buds and crowns that have been crippled and distorted by cyclamen and broad mites, as well as hairy leaves (such as those of African violets), provide protection to the mites and make them difficult to eliminate. However, cyclamen and broad mites are sensitive to ...
Cilicium, C. coum, C. hederifolium, C. purpurascens and C. mirabile and, very occasionally, C. alpinum. It is far better to seek good plants in growth from a specialist cyclamen nursery or from an alpine nursery or garden centre that sells pot-grown plants in full growth. They will certainly cost a little more, but it is well worth the extra cost for reliability. There is no doubt that cyclamen are far easier to establish from plants in the green than dormant tubers; the same is very true of snowdrops and winter aconites. Elegans, C. graecum, C. libanoticum, C. mirabile, C. peloponnesiacum, C. persicum, C. pseudibericum and C. rohlfsianum. However, in addition, growers often grow especially fine forms of the hardier species under glass, especially if they like to show plants, so it is usual to see C. cilicium, C. coum, C. hederifolium, C. intaminatum, C. parviflorum, C. purpurascens and C. repandum also under glass. Of all these only C. graecum and C. Both cornus and willow can be pruned hard ...
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It is not just hellebores that bring a splash of colour to the garden at this time of the year. Cyclamen coum is a reliable little plant that goes against the spring fashion of white, blue and yellow and brings us dainty but tough flowers in every shade of pink from the palest pastels to…
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My Cyclamen plant seems to like the cooler temperatures weve been having. Its foliage looks darker and the stems are beginning to stand up straighter. Ah, well, maybe thats just my own perception- now when I view the last pictures I took of it really it looks about the same. But at least its holding on okay ...
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In order to verify these effects of cyclamen extract in otitis media patients, it has been used in 33 patients with acute secretory otitis and 10 patients with chronic secretory otitis (32 were children aged 5-18 years and 11 were adults aged 20-77 years); in 28 cases, the main cause of the secretory otitis was the presence of an acute viral respiratory infection and in 17 it was rhinosinusitis. In the patients with acute secretory otitis, Nasodren® was administered once a day for 3 days; in the patients with chronic secretory otitis, it was administered for 5 days, starting on the second day after myringotomy. In addition, there was a control group with 30 patients (20 cases of acute otitis and 10 cases of chronic otitis ...
James Tyler Kent describes the symptoms of the homeopathic medicine Cyclamen in great detail and compares it with other homeopathy remedies. ...
Also known as Persian or florists cyclamen, Cyclamen persicum are commonly grown as potted color, placed into decorative containers or baskets for indoor decoration - but they also grow well in covered outdoor environments like balconies and patios.. Sun. Most often grown in pots indoors, cyclamen like plenty of natural light. Put in a well-lit, cool but draught- free spot […]. ...
Cyclamen persicum (aka indoor or florists cyclamen) are best kept cool and dry, B3. If you have not stopped watering yet, do so now. The leaves will turn yellow and drop off, indicating they have gone dormant (which is what you want.) They will need to be kept pretty dry while dormant as wet soil in the pot can cause the corms to rot. The slugged one will probably re-sprout as long as the slugs have not chewed off all of the knobbly bits (which is where the leaves and flowers come from) completely, but that may not be until around September if it has decided to go dormant. ...
Growth habit: A perennial with leaves arising from a soil line tuber producing plants growing to 10 inches tall and wide. The leaves are dark green to silvery, rounded to heart-shaped and growing to
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Cyclamen can grow in zones 5/6 as long as a few rules are observed. Hederifolium puts out roots from the top and sides of the tuber, unlike Cyclamen coum and the like which have roots on the bottom surface only, so they need to be planted with the tops of the tubers a couple inches deep (place soil up to the top and then cover the top with a couple inches of coarse grit rather than garden soil). The best locations are on a north facing slope under a tree, or on the north side of the house that doesnt get any direct sun in the winter. Sunlight makes the normal freeze/thaw cycles even worse. Note: if you see ants on these plants dont worry, this is a good thing because they disperse the seed ...
Last week, before prices started to rise on flowering plants for Valentines Day, I picked up a pot of florists cyclamen to brighten up the kitchen--and to make sure I had a bloom for Garden Bloggers Bloom Day. (Heres the owls summer home.) There are hardy cyclamen that can live outdoors in the northern reaches [...]. ...
http://ir.library.oregonstate.edu/concern/administrative_report_or_publications/dn39x1799 Published March 1934. Facts and recommendations in this publication may no longer be valid. Please look for up-to-date information in the OSU Extension Catalog: http://extension.oregonstate.edu/catalog. ...
Now, to anyone whos listened to the projects previous releases, the diversity in sounds and ideas shouldnt come as a surprise. Senjyu had everything from their own Sikth-esque form of tech metal to post-rock, lite fusion, and J-rock in a couple of spots, so the fact that Hayato has taken the project into the post-rock realm shouldnt come as too much of a surprise. Now, to be honest, I wasnt too keen on opener Memories, its not a bad song, its just sort of there for me. While the idea sounds new for the band, compared to the four songs that follow, it just sounds a bit weak and unmemorable by comparison. After that initial wave of worry passes, I do think the EP picks up a little more steam, by dropping more aggression. Thats not to say the rest of the tracks lack any technical riffing or aggression, because they certainly do, but I feel as though theyre not as standard sounding for the project. Voices opens with some crazy and frantic riffing before jumping headfirst into a melodic ...
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Some of the most popularly grown shade-loving perennials include Aconitum (Aconite), Acanthus (Bears Breech), Anemone (windflower), Astilbe, Begonia, Caladium (grown for foliage color, not flowers), Campanula (bellflower), Clivia, Cyclamen, Dicentra (bleeding heart), Gentian, Hosta, Impatiens, Lilies of all kinds, Primrose, Saxifrage, Vinca and Viola (pansy ...
Winter weather in south Texas will dictate which plants will perform in your garden after the month of October. Ornamental kale, pansies, primroses, cyclamen and snapdragons are the most cold tolerant. Early flowering bulbs such as grape hyacinths and crocus are also good choices, but they need to be planted in late summer so they can establish their roots prior to blooming. Aside from the above, there arent many reliable plants for you to add to your garden for winter bloom. Wish I had more suggestions ...
This beautiful baby gift basket features a cyclamen plant, cute little lambie for bub, a smiley balloon, and ECOYA French Pear body wash & lotion for mum.
Peace! Express yourself with these 5.75 oz matte ceramic candles. Each candle comes with a gold foil stamped dust cover with a fun sentiment to share with the people you love. Top Notes: Cyclamen Petals, Eucalyptus Leaves, Crushed LavenderMiddle Notes: White Thyme, Blushed Peony, Wild MugetBase Notes: Soft Musk, Vanill
【Product Description】Top notes: Tea, Aldehydes, Bergamot, Lavender, Nutmeg Flower, Orange Blossom, Mandarin OrangeHeart notes: Pepper, iris, Guaiac Wood, Brazilian Rosewood, Coriander, Cyclamen, Cardamom, Carnation, GeraniumBase n
Carol is a large-flowered Hybrid Tea rose which produces fragrant, cyclamen blooms with an apricot center. Flowers bloom through summer into fall. In
Take one giant leap to good hair. This lightweight, aerosol spray controls frizz and absorbs instantly leaving a controlled satin finish and flexible hold. Tames flyaways and is designed to work in the toughest humidity.. Good For: This lightweight spray coats strands to calm frizz, effectively repel moisture and. keep hairstyles intact.. Fragrance: ROSY EYED - A spirited unpredictable scent. Bergamot, Wild Fig, Cyclamen, Lotus Flower, Cedarwood, Tonka Beans. Vegan + Cruelty-Free. ...
Iceland poppies are hardy but short-lived perennials, often grown as biennials, that yield large, papery, bowl-shaped, lightly fragrant flowers supported by hairy, one foot, curved stems among feathery blue-green foliage 1-6 inches long. This years crop was planted in our former fire-pit surrounded by cool-weather cyclamen and english daisy. They bloom in April after the crocus, hyacinth, and tulips. Iceland ... Read More ». ...
Get Directions. I love living down the street from Armstrong. provide plant identification and care information, gardening advice and other Del Mar, CA 92014. Armstrong Garden Centers has been serving… 126 were here. Del Mar, CA 92014, US. Contact. Harvest August to October in Central CA. We have a concierge that will let you know when you can enter. Well assemble the plants you need for your Armstrong Garden Center #715. We have traveled up […], California has a long north-south coastline with an unmatched diversity of beaches and shorelines. Choose Cyclamen, Pansies, and Violas in your favorite colors, we chose an all white palate for a classic look. 2840 Via de la Valle. Along this stunning coast are many large rocks, prominent points, islands, and other shipping hazards. location_on. I invite you to stop by, we are invested in your garden success. The local garden experts at Armstrong Del Mar love sharing their knowledge & answering questions. Hours. Armstrong also offers full landscape ...
Kew is looking wonderful. I just wish I felt better able to go out and appreciate it. The weather has turned wet (AGAIN!!) so all the fall colours are rich and saturated in the wet. There are dainty lilac autumn crocuses everywhere, and tumbling clumps of the big double colchicum Waterlily to the side of the path where I walk through from the back of the office towards the Princess of Wales Conservatory. There are still real waterlilies in the Waterlily House (and its still hot in there, too!). The Rock Garden has little secretive clumps of cyclamen, and crinkly pink nerines, blooming here and there among the boulders. Its beautiful, it really is. A feast of colour and texture and rich sweet musky smells. And huge, huge puddles ...
I garden in Victoria, British Columbia, Canada. Altitude is about 100 and I am within a mile of saltwater. However the site is exposed to the northeast and though winter temperatures tend to be mild, if we get a blast of icey air flowing out from the interior of the continent, my garden takes it in the teeth. The soil is a heavyish loam, but not sticky when wet. This is unusual in Victoria, where many gardens are on blue marine clay that is impossible to work when wet - or when dry! The site was at one time a swamp and even now when the area has long been developed and the land drained, I have a quagmire in winter, sometimes with standing water in low spots. Some bulbs do well for me in selected positions, but those positions are few in number and getting pretty crowded. Specialties of the house include Cyclamen and Trillium. Lilium martagon does well in shady positions. Leucojum vernum I have tried many times, but find it does well only in one very small location; this is a mystery to me for ...
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Relaxing and clean, this fragrance envelopes the senses with soft fabric and a subtle kiss of jasmine and rose. Fragrance Notes: Fresh Aldehydic, Green Apple, Pear, Citrus, Bergamot Range, Ozonic, Dewy Greens, Sheer Lily, Jasmine, Rose, Cyclamen, Violet, Green Leaves, Mint, Eucalyptus, Herbal, Clove, Camphor, White Mus
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Accompanied by itching, pain, pus, and visual disorders, an ocular oedema may be treated with three granules of Conium Maculatum 5 CH, to be taken three times a day. If it is accompanied by an ocular dryness, itching, headaches and dizziness, it is then recommended to administer three granules of Cyclamen Europaeum 5 CH to the patient three times a day. In case of allergic oedema caused by an insect bite or inflammatory oedema caused by a fall or a blow, it is preferable to opt for Apis mellifica 15 CH, of which 5 granules need to be taken as often as necessary. The same remedy can also be used in case of acute oedema or inflammatory joint oedema, in which case 5 granules of the remedy need to be taken every 10 to 15 minutes. For better efficiency, it is possible to use remedies like Urtica urens 4 CH or Kalium iodatum 4 CH in combination with the above-cited treatment. Regarding the case of chronic oedema, it is recommended not to exceed 4 intakes per day.. ...
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альдегид - acetic aldehyde - allyl aldehyde - alpha-amyl cinnamic aldehyde - alpha-amyl hydrocinnamic aldehyde - alpha-ethyl cinnamic aldehyde - alpha-hexyl cinnaroic aldehyde - alpha-methyl cinnamic aldehyde - alpha-methyl hydrocinnamic aldehyde - anisic aldehyde - cinnaroic aldehyde - cuminic aldehyde - cyclamen aldehyde - lauryl.
Cyclamen which is similar in many respects, differs from Pulsatilla in dreading the fresh air. Cinchona is the great remedy for anaemia resulting from loss of fluids, as in lactation or haemorrhage, or from all exhausting discharges, such as menstrual flows, long-lasting diarrhoea, and sexual excesses ; but of the latter only those resulting in the loss of semen. The quality of the blood is actually poorer in cases calling for Cinchona. Special symptoms are heaviness of the head, loss of sight, fainting and ringing in the ears, sour belching, poor digestion and bloated abdomen. The patient is sensitive to draughts of air and yet wants to be fanned. Natrum muriaticum is also a remedy for ansemic and debilitated conditions due to loss of fluids, especially in women who suffer from menstrual disorders and in chronic cases with a dead, dirty-looking skin. Chininum arsenicosum is sometimes prescribed for anemia, not, however, on the totality of the symptoms, but because it is said to be good for it ...
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A classic aromatic citrus fragrance opening with top notes of fresh lemon blended with uplifting herbal nuances of lavender, thyme and rosemary, A fresh, green floral heart of jasmine and white cyclamen is warmed by a subtle spice accord before descending into a base of precious woods, moss, and amber musks. Contains essential oils of: Lemon, Thyme, Rosemary, Lavandin, Galbanum, and Patchouli ...
Stars; are the stuff we are made of carbon, nitrogen and oxygen atoms. The universe is inside us and outside. We are in it, and of it we belong to the skies. Scent: Siberian Cyprus, Moss and Cyclamen.. Sun: is benevolent, sustaining all life. Sunlight provides energy, clarity, confidence and fuel to grow, dispelling darkness both inside and out. Scent: Poppy. Crescent Moon: A time for planting seeds, for taking stock, letting go of old patterns that no longer serve, initiating the new. Scent: Olive, Lavender, Eucalyptus and Hyacinth.. Full Moon: When things come into fruition and emotions are the fullest. The full moon amplifies these emotions and unveil what is hidden within ourselves, by providing the light for us all to see. Scent: Cassis, Citrus Peel and Fir.. These candles are all available now at MATSU. Please come in and experience them!. Many feel January through March unnecessary, however, each month has its purpose. This one being the last of the Zodiac cycle; harmonizing all ...
Seeing deformities on your crops? Take a look at these pictures to see common diseases that can lead to deformities.. Scouting tip: Use a magnifying tool to look for signs of the presence of arthropods (the pests themselves, eggs, cast skins, frass, etc.), mold, and fungal spores on the top and bottom leaf surfaces.. Crinkling and distortion of young geranium leaves can result from aphid feeding.. Distortion of the leaf outline and white scarring result from thrips feeding on poinsettia.. Distortion and stunting of young growth results from thrips feeding on immature impatiens leaves.. Downward curling impatiens leaves and stunted new leaves indicate possible broad mite infestation.. Strapped, downward curled New Guinea impatiens leaves are a sign of broad mite feeding injury.. Stunted, distorted growth with yellowing and necrosis indicate downy mildew on argyranthemum.. Stunted, hardened, downward-curled leaves at the center of an African violet signal cyclamen mite infestation.. Stunted ...
Year: 1996 Note: Aquatic, Aromatic Top notes: Orange, Lime, Mandarin, Jasmin, Bergamot, Lemon, Neroli Middle notes: Cyclamen, Nutmeg, Reseda, Coriander, Violet, Freesia, Sea notes, Peach, Hyacinth, Rose, Jasmin, Rosemary, Calone Base: Amber, Patchouli, Oakmoss, Cedar, White musk ...
The rate constants for the ozonolysis of isoprene (ISO), methacrolein (MACR) and methyl vinyl ketone (MVK) have been measured using the newly built large volume atmospheric simulation chamber at CNRS-Orleans (France), HELIOS (Chambre de simulation atmospherique a irradiation naturelle dOrleans). The OH radical yields from the ozonolysis of isoprene, MACR and MVK have also been determined, as well as the gas phase stable products and their yields. The secondary organic aerosol yield for the ozonolysis of isoprene has been tentatively measured in the presence and absence of an OH radical scavenger. The measurements were performed under different experimental conditions with and without adding cyclohexane (cHX) as an OH radical scavenger. All experiments have been conducted at 760 torr of purified dry air (RH | 1%) and ambient temperature (T = 281-295 K). The data obtained are discussed and compared with those from the literature. The use of the HELIOS facility and its associated analytical equipment
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Govaerts, R. et al. 2020. Colchicum persicum in World Checklist of Selected Plant Families. The Board of Trustees of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Published on the internet. Accessed: 2020 May 6. Reference page ...
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A sub-acute GLP guideline study in rats (BG Chemie 1989) was carried out with methyl vinyl ether. Four groups of 5 male and 5 female Wistar rats each, were exposed (whole body) to target concentrations of 0, 500, 3500, 25000 ppm (0, 1.2, 8.4, or 60 mg/L) for 6 hours a day, five days a week during a period of four weeks. Clinical signs, body weights, weekly food consumption, haematological and biochemical parameters, gross- and microscopic pathology were used to examine the toxicological potency of the test substance. No NOAEC was identified for male rats; e.g. increased prothrombin time and decrease in total protein was found in all treatment groups. Therefore a 2nd study in male rats was performed (see next study record). The NOAEC for females was 3500 ppm; at 25000 ppm local effects on the olfactory epithelium, clinical signs and reduced body weight were found. Conclusion: The NOAEC was 3500 ppm for females, local effects on the olfactory epithelium, clinical signs and reduced body weight were ...
Abstract. An instrumented NASA P-3B aircraft was used for airborne sampling of trace gases in a plume that had emanated from a small forest understory fire in Georgia, USA. The plume was sampled at its origin to derive emission factors and followed ∼ 13.6 km downwind to observe chemical changes during the first hour of atmospheric aging. The P-3B payload included a proton-transfer-reaction time-of-flight mass spectrometer (PTR-ToF-MS), which measured non-methane organic gases (NMOGs) at unprecedented spatiotemporal resolution (10 m spatial/0.1 s temporal). Quantitative emission data are reported for CO2, CO, NO, NO2, HONO, NH3, and 16 NMOGs (formaldehyde, methanol, acetonitrile, propene, acetaldehyde, formic acid, acetone plus its isomer propanal, acetic acid plus its isomer glycolaldehyde, furan, isoprene plus isomeric pentadienes and cyclopentene, methyl vinyl ketone plus its isomers crotonaldehyde and methacrolein, methylglyoxal, hydroxy acetone plus its isomers methyl acetate and propionic ...
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Yeast is a powerful model system for studying the action of small-molecule therapeutics. An important limitation has been low efficacy of many small molecules in yeast due to limited intracellular accumulation. We used the DNA binding domain of the pleiotropic drug resistance regulator pleiotropic drug resistance 1 (Pdr1) fused in-frame to transcription repressors to repress Pdr1-regulated genes. Expression of these chimeric regulators conferred dominant enhancement of sensitivity to a different class of compounds and led to greatly diminished levels of Pdr1p-regulated transcripts, including the yeast p-glycoprotein homolog Pdr5. Enhanced sensitivity was seen for a wide range of small molecules. Biochemical measurements demonstrated enhanced accumulation of rhodamine in yeast cells expressing the chimeric repressors. These repressors of Pdr1p-regulated transcripts can be introduced into large collections of strains such as the Saccharomyces cerevisiae deletion set and enhance the utility of ...
Cyclamen; built by John Lewis, laid down 30 November 1939, launched 20 June 1940 and completed 30 September 1940. Dianella; ex- ...
Cyclamen, exh. 1933, colour woodcut on paper. Water Lilies, c. 1938, colour woodcut on paper. Trees on a Slope, unknown, colour ...
... (June 10, 1916). "Wild Cyclamen". All-Story Weekly. 59 (1). p. 147. Retrieved Oct 7, 2019. "American dyes as ...
Cyclamen Society. Archived June 8, 2014(Date mismatch), at archive.today "Prof. Ahmed Mumin Warfa is appointed as the Senior ... who with his colleague Mats Thulin discovered Cyclamen somalense, the newest[when?] species to be described. He is the current ... Somalia to contribute to the academia and lead Zamzam University of Science and Technology as a Rector Cyclamen somalense ...
Plumbaginaceae), Cyclamen sp. (Myrsinaceae), Thuja sp. (Cupressaceae), Fuchsia sp. (Onagraceae), Saccharum sp. (Poaceae) and ...
Cyclamen etc.) Nervifoliae (Plantago etc.) Stellatae (Rubia etc.) Cerealia (Legumina etc.) Succulentae (Sedum etc.) ...
Thus the roots of Cyclamen graecum grow from the base of the tuber, suggesting it is a stem tuber, whereas those of Cyclamen ... Tubers may form from the hypocotyl of the young seedling, as in Cyclamen. Since the hypocotyl is a region between the stem and ... The list of genera cultivated in these countries as ornamental plants is even longer: Lycoris, Lilium, Crocus, Cyclamen, ... Some of the bulbs that are suitable for naturalization in parks include: Allium, Anemone, Arum, Colchicum, Crocus, Cyclamen, ...
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The village was established in 1981 as a moshav shitufi; its name means "Cyclamen". In August 1989 it was converted to a ...
Examples include cyclamen, gloxinia and celeriac. In cyclamen this storage organ is called a tuber. One of the widely used ...
A small 18th-century château in the valley of the Dropt River features an avenue of cedar planted in 1860; cyclamen, crocus and ...
There is no clear evidence that plant extracts such as Cyclamen europaeum are effective as an intranasal wash to treat acute ... Zalmanovici Trestioreanu A, Barua A, Pertzov B (May 2018). "Cyclamen europaeum extract for acute sinusitis". The Cochrane ...
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Cyclamen-flowered Daffodil. Portugal, NW Spain. Map Narcissus jacetanus. Fern.Casas. NE Spain. Map ...
These include Calceolaria, Cyclamen, Begonias, Impatiens and Primula. Garrick House It contains the most extensive publicly ...
Wasabi, mushrooms and cyclamen are also grown there. In addition, Hinohara has many guest houses, inns, campsites, fishing ...
10.633 on 9 January 1918 by HMS Cyclamen. 31 crew members died in the event. She was built by Friedrich Krupp Germaniawerft of ...
"Elia Viviani wins the Giro d'Italia cyclamen jersey". Quick-Step Floors. Decolef. 27 May 2018. Archived from the original on 29 ...
Herbert Martin Read, Skipper of the steam trawler Cyclamen. Theodore Read, Head of Communications Department, British Council. ...
Possibly all species of cyclamen are toxic to dogs. Cyclamen contains triterpenoid saponins that irritate skin and are toxic to ...
HMS Cyclamen - built by Lobnitz, launched 22 February 1916. Famous for the erroneous attack against an allied submarine, ...
declining) Nymphoides coreana (Levl.) Hara - (endangered) Myrica gale L. - (declining) Cyclamen coum Mill. subsp. caucasicum (C ...
... ous begonia, yams, and Cyclamen are commonly grown stem tubers. Mignonette vine (Anredera cordifolia) produces aerial stem ...
... , the cyclamen tortrix, cabbage leafroller or straw-colored tortrix, is a moth of the family Tortricidae. It ... Lepidoptera of Belgium Cyclamen Tortrix at UKMoths v t e. ...
Notable are the Rhodes Paeony Paonia rhodia and Cyclamen persicum. The large parasitic orchid Limodorum abortivum grows in the ...
cyrenaica, Cyclamen rohlfsianum, Cynara cyrenaica, Onopordum cyrenaicum and Romulea cyrenaica. Documents created during the New ... Cyclamen rohlfsianum (Myrsinaceae). Endemic species Asphodelus ramosus (Asphodelaceae) Pancratium maritimum (Amaryllidaceae) ...
The valley is known for the blooming wild-cyclamen flowers. The surrounding forests are full of many different flowers and ...
A few genera, such as Ardisia, Cyclamen, Lysimachia, and Myrsine, are grown as ornamental plants, especially Ardisia crispa and ... 2000), belong to the Myrsinoideae (the clade of Myrsinaceae s. l.): Anagallis, Ardisiandra, Asterolinon, Coris, Cyclamen, Glaux ... Badula Conandrium Coris Ctenardisia Cybianthus Cyclamen Discocalyx Elingamita Embelia Emblemantha Fittingia Geissanthus Glaux ( ...
In stage 2, Simon Yates, who was second in the points classification, wore the cyclamen jersey, because Primož Roglič (in first ... The leader of the points classification wore the cyclamen jersey. There is also a mountains classification, for which points ...
Cyclamen persicum Cyclamen somalense Cyclamen graecum Cyclamen maritimum Cyclamen rohlfsianum Species of the Cyclamen cilicium ... Cyclamen abchasicum Cyclamen alpinum Cyclamen balearicum Cyclamen coum Cyclamen coum subsp. caucasicum Cyclamen creticum ... Cyclamen elegans Cyclamen libanoticum Cyclamen parviflorum Cyclamen persicum Cyclamen pseudibericum Cyclamen rhodium Cyclamen ... Cyclamen africanum Cyclamen cilicium Cyclamen colchicum Cyclamen cyprium Cyclamen graecum Cyclamen intaminatum Cyclamen ...
Cyclamen Society Pacific Bulb Society Cyclamen: a guide for gardeners, horticulturists, and botanists by C. Grey-Wilson - ... Cyclamen africanum crosses easily with Cyclamen hederifolium. Plants sold by nurseries are often hybrids between the two ... This robust hybrid is more hardy than Cyclamen africanum and can be planted outside in a sheltered place. "Cyclamen africanum ... Cyclamen africanum is a species of flowering plant in the family Primulaceae. It is referred to by the common name African ...
Q-Please tell me how to keep a cyclamen blooming for several months. Mine always turn yellow or flop over and never revive, ... Cyclamen needs soil kept so that when you touch the surface and poke your finger in about a half-inch deep it feels moist, not ... Water cyclamen well, until some water drains into the saucer. Let soak an hour or so, then pour off any excess that may remain ... Do not let cyclamen become so dry that leaves and flowers wilt. This drastically shortens the plant`s life. Touch the soil ...
Cyclamen plants are known for their attractive and sweet-smelling heart-shaped blooms. They are also known for being a bit ... temperamental! However, as long as you meet their particular requirements, cyclamen... ... Caring for Cyclamen Plants in the Garden * {"smallUrl":"https:\/\/www.wikihow.com\/images\/thumb\/d\/d5\/Care-for-Cyclamen- ... Caring for Indoor Cyclamen Plants * {"smallUrl":"https:\/\/www.wikihow.com\/images\/thumb\/9\/9e\/Care-for-Cyclamen-Plants-Step ...
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Cyclamen go through a period of dormancy after theyve finished blooming and that may be why yours is beginning to show yellow ... Cyclamen are very difficult house plants, primarily because they prefer cool temperatures of about 55 to 65 degrees when they ... Hi..The leaves on my potted Cyclamen are droppy and yellow. Do I snip the entire stem off or just the leaf.. ...
The key to long-lived cyclamen blooms indoors is cool temperatures. ... Cyclamen is a winter-flowering perennial plant that grows from a tuber. It has grey-green, mottled leaves and butterfly-like ... Stop watering and put the cyclamen in a cool, dim location for approximately eight weeks. In midsummer, place the cyclamen in a ... Cyclamen is a winter-flowering perennial plant that grows from a tuber. It has grey-green, mottled leaves and butterfly-like ...
Make research projects and school reports about cyclamen easy with credible articles from our FREE, online encyclopedia and ... cyclamen XVI. - medL. cyclamen, for L. cyclamīnos, -on - Gr. kuklámīnos, perh. f. kúklos circle, CYCLE, with ref. to its ... same or cyclamens) a European plant (genus Cyclamen) of the primrose family, having pink, red, or white flowers with backward- ... Cyclamen (family Primulaceae) A genus of herbs with large corms, from which arise the simple leaves and the solitary, nodding ...
As cyclamen begin to decline during late spring, allow the soil and tuber to dry but add water as needed to prevent shriveling ... Uses: Once a Christmas-only plant, cyclamens are now available throughout the cooler months to display on tables in the home, ...
mens any of a genus (Cyclamen) of plants of the primrose family, having heart-shaped leaves and white, pink, or red flowers ... cyclamen. Noun (plural cyclamens). *Any of various flowering plants, of the genus Cyclamen, widely cultivated as a houseplant, ... cyclamen. cy·cla·men. noun. pl. -·mens. any of a genus (Cyclamen) of plants of the primrose family, having heart-shaped leaves ... Origin of cyclamen. New Latin Cyclamen genus name from Latin cyclamīnos from Greek kuklamīnos probably from kuklos circle, ...
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Cyclamen, contains about 20 species which are all native to the Mediterranean region. Hardy cyclamen species are small ... Avoid placing cyclamen plants near heat vents, as this will cause the soil to dry out too quickly. Cyclamen prefer to be kept ... The genus, Cyclamen, contains about 20 species which are all native to the Mediterranean region. Hardy cyclamen species are ... Florists cyclamen (Cyclamen persicum) was introduced in Western Europe in the early 17th century and has slowly gained ...
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Common Cyclamen. Common Cyclamen, (Cyclamen purpurascens Mill.). and its Diversity in Slovenia. by Jože Bavcon (2009) 165 pages ... Cyclamen of Greece in Greek. The Cyclamen of Greece. by Peter Moore and Melvyn Jope published in. the Greek Language. (Cyclamen ... Cyclamen of Turkey. The Cyclamen of Turkey. by Brian Mathew and Neriman Özhatay (Cyclamen Society 2001).. 32 pages. Available ... Genus Cyclamen. Genus Cyclamen: Science, cultivation, art, culture. Edited by Brian Mathew. (Cyclamen Society & Kew ...
... the leaves of my cyclamen plant are turning yellow. no drooping or getiing mushy just yellowing. its not recieving any more ... My cyclamen does this every once in a while too. They do go through a dormant stage. Heres more info.. cyclamen tipsheet I ... cyclamen. Gardening Reference » Gardening in 2005. « Prev thread: cuttings wilting already!?, Next thread: Cyclamen ». Back to ... I advise against bottom watering a Cyclamen. It is too easy to keep the soil too wet for too long using that method. I know the ...
... Jane McGary via pbs [email protected] Wed, 07 Apr 2021 16:29:24 PDT*Previous message: EU BX ... and sent as Cyclamen hederifolium subsp. confusum. Apparently the latter is now known, at least by some botanists, as Cyclamen ... In my garden I have a great many plants of Cyclamen hederifolium, and a small colony of plants (about 5 clones) grown from seed ...
Find out how to plant up a winter container with cyclamens, heather and bulbs, from the experts at BBC Gardeners World ... Use foliage plants as a background to enhance the colours of bright flowering cyclamen, and plant bulbs spaced beneath the ... Try using hardy foliage plants, like heucheras and ivy, mixed with flowering pansies, cyclamen, heathers and spring bulbs. ...
... few flowers have been more inaccurately labeled than the cyclamen. Traditionally this petite bloom symbolizes timidity, but I ... The Cyclamen that I got for my birthday from my granddaughter is showing signs of not liking me, what can I do to help it? In ... The Cyclamen that I got for my birthday from my granddaughter is showing signs of not liking me, what can I do to help it? ... Cyclamen come in a wide range of color, from white through the various shades of pink into the deep maroon. And if that is not ...
Cyclamen Is Toxic To Dogs. Chewing into this plant will release these crystals causing tissue penetration & irritation to the ... Cyclamen contains irritating saponins, and when any part of the plant (especially the tubers or roots) are chewed or ingested ... The cyclamen is a beautiful houseplant commonly sold in supermarkets. It is also called the Persian violet and Sowbread. ...
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Cyclamen repandum Sm. is an accepted name This name is the accepted name of a species in the genus Cyclamen (family Primulaceae ...
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Seeds of Cyclamen creticum - direct sown in garden, no sign yet but must look , again soon. , Seeds of Cyclamen pseuibericum - ... Cyclamen pseudibericum is the showiest of all cyclamen species. Only the fancy florists cultivars outshine it. I have a big ... Cyclamen Seed Sowing Technique. Rodger Whitlock [email protected] Thu, 07 Oct 2004 12:38:51 PDT*Previous message: Iris ... Heres how I sow cyclamen seeds: First, soak them in water with a drop or two of dish detergent added until they plump up. This ...
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  • Cyclamen hederifolium and Cyclamen repandum usually have leaves shaped like ivy, with angles and lobes, Cyclamen coum has nearly round leaves, and Cyclamen persicum has heart-shaped leaves with a pointed tip. (wikipedia.org)
  • In cultivation, cyclamens, especially species other than Cyclamen persicum, are selected as often or more often for striking or unusual leaf patterns than for their flowers. (wikipedia.org)
  • Cyclamen hederifolium and Cyclamen purpurascens bloom in summer and autumn, Cyclamen persicum and Cyclamen coum bloom in winter, and Cyclamen repandum blooms in spring. (wikipedia.org)
  • Any of various plants of the genus Cyclamen, especially a Mediterranean species (C. persicum) widely cultivated as a houseplant, having decorative leaves and showy, variously colored flowers with reflexed petals. (yourdictionary.com)
  • Florist cyclamen's (Cyclamen persicum) bloom in a variety of colors. (clemson.edu)
  • Florist's cyclamen ( Cyclamen persicum ) was introduced in Western Europe in the early 17th century and has slowly gained popularity in the United States. (clemson.edu)
  • This is a close-up of the cyclamen's (Cyclamen persicum) corm-like tuber. (clemson.edu)
  • Cyclamen persicum has few growing points on each individual tuber, and tubers are prone to desiccation and rot, once cut. (clemson.edu)
  • Unusual symptoms were observed on cyclamen ( Cyclamen persicum Mill. (apsnet.org)
  • Cyclamen persicum ) respectively, reveal identical nucleotide sequences with the exception of two single bp changes (EMBL accession numbers AJ299734 and AJ299733). (apsnet.org)
  • Using a sand-corn meal mixture added as inoculum to the planting substrate, pathogenicity of the European P. tropicalis -isolates was shown on Cyclamen persicum , Epipremnum aureum (Linden et André) Bunting, Dianthus caryophyllus , partially on Diascia vigilis Hilliard et B. C. Burtt and Hedera helix L. No pathogenicity was observed on Lycopersicon esculentum Mill. (apsnet.org)
  • High-Throughput Sequencing Reveals Cyclamen persicum Mill. (mdpi.com)
  • In a search for viral infections, double-stranded RNA (dsRNA) were recovered from a diseased cyclamen ( Cyclamen persicum Mill. (mdpi.com)
  • This is the first report of FMV in a non-fig host, Cyclamen persicum , a finding that may help in the control of the mosaic and mosaic-like diseases of fig and cyclamen, respectively. (mdpi.com)
  • Cyclamen ( Cyclamen persicum Mill. (ishs.org)
  • The best known florist's cyclamen, Cyclamen persicum, is an important edible wild plant in Iran and Palestine. (growingwithplants.com)
  • Cyclamen persicum (Persian Cyclamen) is a tender. (gardenia.net)
  • Then there is the florist's cyclamen , the indoor variety, usually Cyclamen persicum. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • I am talking about the indoor version here, Cyclamen persicum or more commonly called florist's cyclamen. (moe-chara.com)
  • Grow Florist Cyclamen Indoors The best known and most widely cultivated Cyclamen species in the U.S. are frost tender cultivars of C.persicum. (moe-chara.com)
  • Common cyclamen types such as florist's cyclamen (Cyclamen persicum) and baby cyclamen (Cyclamen hederifolium) can be grown both indoors and out with a moderate amount of care. (moe-chara.com)
  • Cyclamen persicum (Winter Flowering) - 10 x Plants - in 10cm Pots Garden Ready. (pamphili.com.br)
  • The best known and most widely cultivated Cyclamen species in the U.S. are frost tender cultivars of C.persicum. (pamphili.com.br)
  • Cyclamen Super Serie is our umbrella brand for Cyclamen persicum. (schoneveld-breeding.com)
  • That variety is Cyclamen persicum and is only hardy to 25 degrees. (downtoearthgardenclub.org)
  • There are many species of this plant but Cyclamen persicum and coum tend to bloom best in winter. (serenataflowers.com)
  • Cyclamen persicum (aka "indoor" or "florist's" cyclamen) are best kept cool and dry, B3. (gardenersworld.com)
  • Cyclamen hederifolium roots from the top and sides. (wikipedia.org)
  • The shape of the tuber may be near spherical, as in Cyclamen coum or flattened, as in Cyclamen hederifolium. (wikipedia.org)
  • In Cyclamen hederifolium, older tubers commonly reach 24 cm (9 1⁄2 in) across, but in Cyclamen parviflorum, tubers do not grow larger than 2 cm (3⁄4 in) across. (wikipedia.org)
  • It is similar to Cyclamen hederifolium, but not frost-hardy. (wikipedia.org)
  • The tuber produces roots from the top, sides, and bottom, unlike Cyclamen hederifolium, which produces roots from the top and sides, but not the bottom. (wikipedia.org)
  • Both the leaves and flowers are similar to Cyclamen hederifolium, but are larger on average. (wikipedia.org)
  • Cyclamen africanum crosses easily with Cyclamen hederifolium. (wikipedia.org)
  • In my garden I have a great many plants of Cyclamen hederifolium, and a small colony of plants (about 5 clones) grown from seed collected in the wild in southern Greece, and sent as Cyclamen hederifolium subsp. (pacificbulbsociety.org)
  • Cyclamen hederifolium are great in masses and will naturalize in woodland settings where they can be dry while dormant. (plantdelights.com)
  • Cyclamen hederifolium was named by the Royal Horticultural Society as one of the top 200 plants of the last 200 years! (plantdelights.com)
  • Buy 3 Cyclamen Hederifolium for PS8.99, or order 12 for only PS17.98 - Half Price. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • Each year I'm pleased to see the return of my Cyclamen hederifolium in the front side garden. (blogspot.com)
  • The miniature wild Italian cyclamen (Cyclamen hederifolium), will thrive and multiply in a shady position in the garden. (moe-chara.com)
  • Cyclamen Hederifolium does not require much care and attention. (moe-chara.com)
  • Cyclamen hederifolium AGM: This excellent garden plant will provide ground cover from winter to spring. (palmworth.net)
  • In fact it's generally not a good idea to plant any other Cyclamen with C.hederifolium as they are likely to get over run. (palmworth.net)
  • Cyclamen hederifolium is a hardy plant to very low temperatures and very suitable for the garden in northwest Europe where it is widely grown. (palmworth.net)
  • Cyclamen hederifolium Common name(s): Sowbread, Ivy-Leaved Cyclamen Synonyme(s): Cyclamen neapolitanum Family: Primulaceae, Myrsinoideae subfamily Origin: Europe to Turkey More infos: white flowering and silver leaved cultivars are available. (palmworth.net)
  • Cyclamen hederifolium is een winterharde tuincyclaam afkomstig uit het Middellandse Zeegebied. (palmworth.net)
  • Cyclamen hederifolium, also known as Hardy Cyclamen, is a shade perennial that provides late season color. (palmworth.net)
  • Cyclamen hederifolium L. Subordinate Taxa. (palmworth.net)
  • Cyclamen hederifolium is one of the most popular species of plant to be grown in gardens. (palmworth.net)
  • In this short video guide from Gardeners' World, Monty Don shows you how to plant autumn-flowering Cyclamen hederifolium.He offers tips on how deep to plant them and how to improve the drainage to stop the tubers rotting. (palmworth.net)
  • I adore Cyclamen hederifolium. (arrowheadalpines.com)
  • Grow Cyclamen hederifolium for foliage in spring and flowers in autumn. (pamphili.com.br)
  • Cyclamen hederifolium and over 1000 other quality seeds for sale. (pamphili.com.br)
  • Cyclamen hederifolium 'Album' Item Number: 23-0211. (pamphili.com.br)
  • Cyclamen hederifolium is one of the most familiar species in gardens. (pamphili.com.br)
  • So, for the time being, whilst we concentrate on building up the stock levels of the other varieties of Hardy Cyclamen to a level where we can widely offer sensible quantities, we will only be offering Cyclamen Hederifolium for sale. (pamphili.com.br)
  • leaving our stocks of all of the Cyclamen varieties very low, EXCEPT for that most excellent variety Cyclamen Hederifolium, which we have always concentrated on more heavily as it is the most popular variety of Hardy Cyclamen and for good reason. (pamphili.com.br)
  • Reserve orders for Cyclamen hederifolium tubers can be placed starting in July for shipment the next June when plants enter dormancy. (pamphili.com.br)
  • Both the florist's cyclamen and hederifolium are very similar with mottled silver gray foliage. (downtoearthgardenclub.org)
  • The extract from the fresh tubers of Cyclamen europaeum in Nasodren® contains saponins. (nasodren.com)
  • The aqueous extract obtained from the Cyclamen europaeum root-tuber is rich in saponins. (nasodren.com)
  • Cyclamen europaeum is made from genuine raw materials, back potency and expensive and purest form of alcohol, namely Extra Neutral Alcohol (ENA). (schwabeindia.com)
  • This robust hybrid is more hardy than Cyclamen africanum and can be planted outside in a sheltered place. (wikipedia.org)
  • Hardy cyclamen species are small perennials for shade or part shade. (clemson.edu)
  • Try using hardy foliage plants, like heucheras and ivy, mixed with flowering pansies, cyclamen, heathers and spring bulbs. (gardenersworld.com)
  • When other perennials are fading, this Hardy Cyclamen kicks into bloom. (gurneys.com)
  • Florist cyclamen , which are the common Christmas cyclamen grown as houseplants, and hardy cyclamen plants , which can be grown outside in zones 5-9. (gardeningknowhow.com)
  • Hardy cyclamen plant division should be done in autumn. (gardeningknowhow.com)
  • Hardy cyclamen sport the same wonderfully patterned silver and green leaves forming lush mounds, and the blooms are colorful and upswept - like a flurry of butterflies alighting on the plant. (easytogrowbulbs.com)
  • Growing up to 2-3 inches tall (5-8 cm), this Cyclamen is quite hardy and can stand very cold temperatures. (gardenia.net)
  • It will self-seed and naturalize faster than any other hardy cyclamen. (gardenia.net)
  • Hardy Fall Cyclamen: USDA Zone: 5-9: Plant number: 1.171.200. (palmworth.net)
  • Hardy cyclamen grow from a big, flat corm, but unlike the corms of crocuses, they don't divide. (arrowheadalpines.com)
  • Because I think it is physically impossible to have too many hardy cyclamen. (arrowheadalpines.com)
  • I love hardy cyclamen, too! (arrowheadalpines.com)
  • Cyclamen confusum is a hardy plant and suitable for the garden in northwest Europe but, because of its current scarcity in the nursery trade, not much grown outside as yet. (pamphili.com.br)
  • x3 Cyclamen Large potted plants Hardy 10.5cm/9cm Flowering - GARDEN READY. (pamphili.com.br)
  • We have been successfully growing and selling Hardy Cyclamen here at Willows Nursery since the mid 1990's, growing stock from our own collected seed. (pamphili.com.br)
  • A handful of Cyclamen species are frost hardy and are able to grow outside in the garden with little to no care. (pamphili.com.br)
  • Garden nurseries usually sell hardy cyclamens, which tolerate outside temperatures in USDA zones 5 to 7. (facty.com)
  • Hardy cyclamen grow outdoors in USDA zones 8 and 9, but they may not bloom well because conditions are too hot and dry. (facty.com)
  • I'm nuts about hardy cyclamen. (arrowheadalpines.com)
  • one that I have never seen at any of our local plant sources is hardy cyclamen. (downtoearthgardenclub.org)
  • This plant is hardy to zone 5 unlike the florist's cyclamen which we buy in the spring to brighten our windowsills. (downtoearthgardenclub.org)
  • Cyclamen is Medieval Latin, from earlier Latin cyclamīnos, from Ancient Greek κυκλάμινος, kyklā́mīnos (also kyklāmī́s), probably from κύκλος, kýklos "circle", because of the round tuber. (wikipedia.org)
  • Cyclamens have a tuber, from which the leaves, flowers and roots grow. (wikipedia.org)
  • The storage organ of the cyclamen is a round tuber that develops from the hypocotyl (the stem of a seedling). (wikipedia.org)
  • In some older specimens of Cyclamen purpurascens and Cyclamen rohlfsianum, growing points on the tuber become separated by shoulders of tissue, and the tuber becomes misshapen. (wikipedia.org)
  • It is referred to by the common name African cyclamen and is a perennial growing from a tuber, native to northern Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia. (wikipedia.org)
  • Cyclamen is a winter-flowering perennial plant that grows from a tuber. (ehow.co.uk)
  • As cyclamen begin to decline during late spring, allow the soil and tuber to dry but add water as needed to prevent shriveling. (orlandosentinel.com)
  • Where the plant persists by means of a sympodial rhizome, or in Cyclamen by means of a tuber formed from the swollen hypocotyl. (yourdictionary.com)
  • It is one of the most prevalent cyclamen species in existence and is one of the most widely cultivated species after the florist's cyclamen. (pamphili.com.br)
  • Cyclamen (US: /ˈsaɪkləmɛn/ SY-klə-men or UK: /ˈsɪkləmɛn/ SIK-lə-men) is a genus of 23 species of perennial flowering plants in the family Primulaceae. (wikipedia.org)
  • Cyclamen africanum is a species of flowering plant in the family Primulaceae. (wikipedia.org)
  • Cyclamen (family Primulaceae ) A genus of herbs with large corms, from which arise the simple leaves and the solitary, nodding flowers on long, leafless stalks with large, reflexed corolla lobes. (encyclopedia.com)
  • This name is the accepted name of a species in the genus Cyclamen (family Primulaceae ). (theplantlist.org)
  • Avoid placing cyclamen plants near heat vents, as this will cause the soil to dry out too quickly. (clemson.edu)
  • Watch for spider mites, vine weevil, cyclamen mite or gray mold. (gardenia.net)
  • Look at this image of just how small a Cyclamen mite really is. (reedsgreenhouse.com)
  • Cyclamen Mite will cause leaf distortion in the new/center leaves. (reedsgreenhouse.com)
  • It is better to water the soil around cyclamen, not to pour into the plant center where new leaves and buds emerge. (chicagotribune.com)
  • Cyclamen needs soil kept so that when you touch the surface and poke your finger in about a half-inch deep it feels moist, not soggy or dripping wet, and never dusty dry. (chicagotribune.com)
  • Repot cyclamen tubers in late summer or early fall, positioning at the same level as before, in almost any standard medium such as equal parts packaged all-purpose potting soil, peat moss, clean, sharp sand and well-rotted compost or leafmold. (chicagotribune.com)
  • Keep cyclamen soil wet but not soggy. (ehow.co.uk)
  • Dig up the cyclamen bulbs and clean off any soil from them. (gardeningknowhow.com)
  • After your cyclamen bulbs are divided, plant each piece in potting mix with the nubs, or eyes, sticking slightly above the soil level. (gardeningknowhow.com)
  • Water only the soil around the cyclamen plant divisions. (gardeningknowhow.com)
  • Cyclamens prefer moist soil but not boggy conditions. (gardeningknowhow.com)
  • A sickly cyclamen in a container may simply need new potting soil. (gardeningknowhow.com)
  • The cyclamen was chosen for its rarity and beauty and the golden oak for its high ecological value as it protects the soil and forms the undergrowth of much of the local pine forests. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • The latter is also known as woodland cyclamen and grows well in zones 5-9 in somewhat moist, humusy soil with protection from afternoon sun. (palmworth.net)
  • Cyclamen coum is a tough little plant that grows best in light shade or sun and will survive in dry shade though decent soil is best. (thebikinggardener.com)
  • Water cyclamen when the soil feels dry, but don't let the plant become so dry that the leaves droop and wilt from dehydration. (facty.com)
  • Another reason that cyclamen does well under trees us because tree roots tend to keep the soil in their immediate vicinity fairly dry. (downtoearthgardenclub.org)
  • Cyclamens like a well drained humusy soil with some grit. (downtoearthgardenclub.org)
  • Cyclamen plants are known for their attractive and sweet-smelling heart-shaped blooms. (wikihow.com)
  • Your cyclamen will produce lovely blooms throughout the winter while the rest of your garden lies dormant. (wikihow.com)
  • The key to long-lived cyclamen blooms indoors is cool temperatures. (ehow.co.uk)
  • Cyclamen plants are often given as Christmas presents because of their winter blooms. (gardeningknowhow.com)
  • u003c\/p\u003e\n\u003cp\u003e\u003cbr\u003eThe award winning Cyclamen Cilicium blooms in fall, with delicate seeming blooms in shades of white to rose pink. (easytogrowbulbs.com)
  • For an extended display, plant with Cyclamen Coum which blooms just as Cilicium is finished. (easytogrowbulbs.com)
  • Pink Crush Cyclamen Flower Bulbs - Vibrant Pink Flowers with Beautiful Blooms - Includes 3 or 6 Bulbs (Pack of 3) 3.7 out of 5 stars 9. (pamphili.com.br)
  • Cyclamen plants feature beautiful blooms and marbled leaves. (hgtv.com)
  • Stirling Silver Leaf cyclamen are large, flowering plants with blooms in the same colors as miniature cyclamen. (facty.com)
  • Victoria cyclamen hybrids are another open-pollinated variety that produce lovely ruffled white blooms outlined in red. (facty.com)
  • One notable variety, cyclamen mirabile, is a popular garden plant around the world because of its pink and magenta autumn blooms and distinctive variegated leaves. (gardenguides.com)
  • Keep the temperature around 60° F (15.5° C). Cyclamen bloom during the winter in their natural habitat. (wikihow.com)
  • Daily misting is a good way to provide some humidity for your cyclamen when they're in bloom. (wikihow.com)
  • It is very difficult in the home environment to re-bloom a compact, high quality cyclamen plant. (clemson.edu)
  • However, if you enjoy a challenge, it is possible to force cyclamen to bloom again. (clemson.edu)
  • Cyclamen Cilicium Bulbs\u003c\/h4\u003e\n\u003cp\u003eIf you are only familiar with the florist cyclamen, the nearly tropical beauty often found in bloom for the holidays - you are in for a treat! (easytogrowbulbs.com)
  • I know, it's a little overkill for a kitchen sink ( pardon the dirty stock pot), but with all of the rain we've been having, the cyclamen make it in again, even though these lost alot of flowers in the rain, they are still starting to bloom. (growingwithplants.com)
  • Given the right conditions, cyclamens brought in to bloom for the holiday season will continue blossoming for two to three months. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • Cyclamens are in bloom here, always a welcome treat in the autumn. (blogspot.com)
  • Cyclamen in the Mediterranean region bloom during cool, damp weather in spring, fall, and winter. (facty.com)
  • Cyclamen contains irritating saponins, and when any part of the plant (especially the tubers or roots) are chewed or ingested by dogs and cats, it can result in clinical signs of drooling, vomiting and diarrhea. (petpoisonhelpline.com)
  • Cyclamens have corm-like tubers or bulbs. (gardeningknowhow.com)
  • You can grow cyclamen from seeds in about 18 months, or the newer miniature ones in about half this time. (chicagotribune.com)
  • Grow Cyclamen in the Garden The genus Cyclamen is comprised of about two dozen species. (pamphili.com.br)
  • Any of various flowering plants, of the genus Cyclamen , widely cultivated as a houseplant , having decorative leaves and solitary flowers. (yourdictionary.com)
  • The genus, Cyclamen , contains about 20 species which are all native to the Mediterranean region. (clemson.edu)
  • However, there are 23 species in the genus Cyclamen and several of them (e.g. (palmworth.net)
  • There are 19 species in the genus Cyclamen. (downtoearthgardenclub.org)
  • Cyclamen has a mounded growth habit with green foliage mottled with silver and ranges in size from 6 to 16 inches in height. (clemson.edu)
  • Use foliage plants as a background to enhance the colours of bright flowering cyclamen, and plant bulbs spaced beneath the leaves. (gardenersworld.com)
  • Once your cyclamen stops blooming the foliage with begin to yellow and wither. (pallensmith.com)
  • When cyclamen plants are dormant, cut back any foliage. (gardeningknowhow.com)
  • With a clean, sharp knife, cut apart the cyclamen bulb, making sure each piece cut has a nub where the foliage would grow from. (gardeningknowhow.com)
  • Other combinations include Ajuga "Black Scallop" - very dark almost black foliage planted with white mini cyclamen , or with the silver foliage of calocephalus. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • Cyclamen coum is a reliable little plant that goes against the spring fashion of white, blue and yellow and brings us dainty but tough flowers in every shade of pink from the palest pastels to deep cerise, often with deeper-coloured 'noses' and all set against beautiful foliage that, typically, is dark, lustrous green but often is marbled with silvery grey. (thebikinggardener.com)
  • Absolutely gorgeous, cyclamen must have some of the MOST beautiful foliage of any plant. (arrowheadalpines.com)
  • Hi Joseph, You inspired me to do a post on Cyclamen foliage ( with a link to you). (arrowheadalpines.com)
  • They prefer temperatures between about 40° and 60° F (4°-15.5° degrees C). This is pretty chilly for indoors, but if you keep your house on the cooler side, your cyclamen will be happy. (wikihow.com)
  • Just as they do in nature, cyclamen prefer cool temperatures when grown indoors. (pallensmith.com)
  • The leaf margin may be smooth, as in Cyclamen coum subsp. (wikipedia.org)
  • Cyclamen coum subsp. (cyclamen.org)
  • Persian Violet 'Maurice Dryden', Cyclamen 'Maurice Dryden', Eastern Cyclamen 'Maurice Dryden', Round-Leaved Cyclamen 'Maurice Dryden', Cyclamen coum Subsp. (gardenia.net)
  • In many languages, cyclamen species are colloquially called by a name like the English sowbread, or swinebread (because they are said to be eaten by pigs), based on Medieval Latin panis porcinus: Saubrot in German, pain de pourceau in French, pan porcino in Italian, and varkensbrood in Dutch. (wikipedia.org)
  • Also known as Sowbread, the Cyclamen is a common household flowering plant with poisonous properties (i.e., terpenoids) to cats. (petmd.com)
  • Here's how I sow cyclamen seeds: First, soak them in water with a drop or two of dish detergent added until they plump up. (pacificbulbsociety.org)
  • Cyclamens are a type of bulb plant native to the Mediterranean and Southern Europe. (facty.com)
  • Cyclamen species are native to Europe and the Mediterranean Basin east to Iran, with one species in Somalia. (wikipedia.org)
  • Most cyclamen species originate from the Mediterranean, where summers are hot and dry and winters are cool and wet, and are summer-dormant: their leaves sprout in the autumn, remain through the winter, and wither the next spring. (wikipedia.org)
  • cyclamen Genus of 20 species of low-growing perennial herbs, native to central Europe and the Mediterranean region. (encyclopedia.com)
  • Based on the phylogenetic tree obtained with a 304-nt fragment of RNA3, all FMV isolates from cyclamens were assigned to a single cluster close to fig isolates from the Mediterranean. (mdpi.com)
  • Cyclamen prefers Mediterranean climates and does not tolerate excessive heat or cold. (gardeningknowhow.com)
  • Easy to grow, there are about 20 species of cyclamen and most all of them are native to the Mediterranean. (gardenia.net)
  • The cyclamen poppy (Eomecon chionantha) is a pretty Chinese perennial, having roundish slightly lobed leaves and pure white flowers about 2 in. (yourdictionary.com)
  • One of the brightest jewels of the winter border, award-winning Cyclamen coum 'Maurice Dryden' is a vigorous and delightful tuberous perennial with lovely rounded silvery leaves edged with dark green and small but showy white flowers flushed with purple at the mouth. (gardenia.net)
  • Cyclamen Red Colourful Large Flowering Deciduous Herbaceous Perennial in a 13cm Pot. (pamphili.com.br)
  • The surfactant action of the cyclamen saponins on the nasal mucosa reduces surface tension, facilitating humidification of the zone in addition to the secretion of mucin by goblet cells. (nasodren.com)
  • Cyclamen are low-growing tuberous perennials with delicate, winged 'butterfly' flowers in shades of pink to white, and dark green leaves that are beautifully shaped like ivy and marked with a lovely silver. (gardenia.net)
  • The cyclamen look great when the perennials are dormant and vice versa. (arrowheadalpines.com)
  • The single best rule of thumb is to avoid letting cyclamen be dry and hot at the same time or, vice versa, sopping wet and decidedly on the cool side. (chicagotribune.com)
  • There are three main types of cyclamen hybrids. (facty.com)
  • Ten species of cyclamen can be found in Anatolia, most commonly in southwestern and southeastern Turkey. (gardenguides.com)
  • Cyclamen purpurascens and Cyclamen colchicum, however, originate from cooler regions in mountains, and their leaves remain through the summer and wither only after the next year's leaves have developed. (wikipedia.org)
  • Do not let cyclamen become so dry that leaves and flowers wilt. (chicagotribune.com)
  • If cyclamen leaves all turn yellow almost overnight, air pollution could be the cause-gas escaping from a faulty pilot, for example. (chicagotribune.com)
  • Distorted new leaves and flower buds suggest the presence of microscopic cyclamen mites. (chicagotribune.com)
  • The leaves on my potted Cyclamen are droppy and yellow. (garden.org)
  • Cyclamen go through a period of dormancy after they've finished blooming and that may be why yours is beginning to show yellow leaves. (garden.org)
  • Then, place the dormant cyclamen in a shady place until new leaves emerge. (clemson.edu)
  • the leaves of my cyclamen plant are turning yellow. (thegardenhelper.com)
  • Drooping leaves on cyclamen may be the result of a natural process. (gardeningknowhow.com)
  • This process is natural and may result in drooping leaves on cyclamen. (gardeningknowhow.com)
  • Drooping leaves on cyclamen are a common symptom of heat or cold stress. (gardeningknowhow.com)
  • Cyclamen respond well to extra humidity and like to have their leaves sprayed but provide good ventilation so the leaves can dry off quickly. (gardeningknowhow.com)
  • Cyclamen species are particularly seasonal, as such, most species are begining to emerge in the forests around Rome, in the gardens of those living in the northern hemisphere, and on the Greek Isle of Rhodes, where, the leaves of Cylamen graecum are surely being picked for eating. (growingwithplants.com)
  • The leaves of Cyclamen graecum have a bitter- sweet taste. (growingwithplants.com)
  • I am surprised to learn that cyclamen leaves are edible. (growingwithplants.com)
  • Can you spot which are the cyclamen leaves and those of the ivy they're named after? (blogspot.com)
  • It's only recently I've realised how varied cyclamen leaves are. (blogspot.com)
  • I love the leaves on those cyclamen. (arrowheadalpines.com)
  • Cyclamen have swept-back flowers that resemble shooting stars, and the leaves have beautiful silvery patterns. (facty.com)
  • The best way to avoid damaging cyclamen is to feed only while the plants are actively growing leaves. (facty.com)
  • The dormant stage of the cyclamen plant begins when the leaves turn yellow, and the flowers fade. (facty.com)
  • Large colonies of cyclamen mites infest the undersides of leaves, causing leaves to develop brown spots and drop. (gardenguides.com)
  • Cyclamen is a tuberous potted plant that flowers during the winter months. (clemson.edu)
  • During summer, cyclamen stores energy in tuberous roots. (facty.com)
  • Cyclamens are tuberous plants and should be plated only about 2 inches deep. (downtoearthgardenclub.org)
  • Division of cyclamen bulbs of florist cyclamen should be done only when the plant has gone dormant, typically after April. (gardeningknowhow.com)
  • These florist cyclamen, often received as a gift, are perceived as a difficult to care for indoor potted plant. (pamphili.com.br)
  • Grocery stores and florist shops begin stocking on cyclamen before Halloween, and the plants remain on shelves until Christmas. (facty.com)
  • During the active growing season, fall through early spring, feed your cyclamen with an all-purpose liquid houseplant fertilizer diluted to half strength. (pallensmith.com)
  • Fertilize cyclamen houseplants every 2 to 4 weeks with a half-strength dose of liquid houseplant fertilizer. (facty.com)
  • With proper care cyclamen will continue blooming up to 4 weeks. (clemson.edu)
  • The storage organ of the cyclamen has no papery covering and, depending on the species, roots may grow out of any part. (wikipedia.org)
  • Cyclamen graecum has thick anchor roots on the bottom. (wikipedia.org)
  • Most cyclamen sold as houseplants are tropical cyclamen. (facty.com)
  • Cyclamen corms lie dormant through the summer and then, depending on variety, flowers appear between late August and the new year. (ashridgetrees.co.uk)
  • Five isolates (one from Netherlands, two from Northern Germany, and two from Southern Germany) of a Phytophthora species recovered from diseased corms of cyclamen were heterothallic, all A1 mating type, and occasionally formed a few chlamydospores in culture. (apsnet.org)
  • https://www.sarahraven.com/flowers/plants/cyclamen_coum_pewter_leaf.htm 511161 Cyclamen coum 'Pewter Leaf' https://d16wp86s16nsnf.cloudfront.net/sarahraven/product/b9b5ebc5.511161_1.jpg/200x200.crop.511161_1.jpg 18.95 GBP 18.95 OutOfStock Flowers/Plants Flowers Plant this in a dry, shady spot and it will naturally spread to form a delicate silvery carpet. (sarahraven.com)
  • Turkey is working to enforce a ban on the export of wild native varieties of cyclamen. (gardenguides.com)
  • Cyclamen are very difficult house plants, primarily because they prefer cool temperatures of about 55 to 65 degrees when they are in active growth. (garden.org)
  • Cyclamen prefer cool temperatures and bright indirect light. (clemson.edu)
  • Keep the cyclamen in a location with 50 °F night temperatures and 60 to 65 °F day temperatures. (clemson.edu)
  • With proper light, adequate moisture and cool temperatures, cyclamens will rebloom by mid-winter. (clemson.edu)
  • This beautiful, long-lasting Cyclamen in pots is available in a mix of whites, pinks and reds and are ideal for providing Winter colour in the home. (roysplantsandflowers.com)
  • Each Cyclamen pot will come as a single colour (not mixed within one pot). (roysplantsandflowers.com)
  • Cyclamens are a brightly blooming plant that provide loads of colour-and sometimes even perfume, from April into the spring months. (bunnings.com.au)
  • Indoor Cyclamen Plant Care" last modified May 13, 2017. (ehow.co.uk)
  • Beautify your bathroom decor with the serene floral image of Laural Home's "Crimson Cyclamen X-Ray Flowers" shower curtain. (jcpenney.com)
  • This nature-inspired design features a unique technique of using an x-ray machine on a cluster of cyclamen flowers and will add style to any decor. (jcpenney.com)
  • In the world of symbolism, few flowers have been more inaccurately labeled than the cyclamen. (pallensmith.com)
  • Cyclamen produce delicate flowers in shades of white, pink, red and even purple. (ashridgetrees.co.uk)
  • Droopy cyclamen flowers may also be due to cultural conditions and can be easily corrected. (gardeningknowhow.com)
  • Droopy cyclamen flowers occur when a plant has too much water. (gardeningknowhow.com)
  • A bed including Cyclamen coum gives you a good succession of flowers. (pamphili.com.br)
  • It may improve flowers in cyclamen, but make sure not to over-fertilize it. (facty.com)
  • Vintro is a large Cyclamen with large flowers and thick stems. (schoneveld-breeding.com)
  • http://www.ehow.co.uk/facts_7602697_indoor-cyclamen-plant-care.html. (ehow.co.uk)
  • Indoor cyclamen do well when temperature and light mimic natural conditions, so place potted cyclamen in the coolest area of the home near windows to take advantage of natural sunlight. (facty.com)
  • Overwatering is the most common cause of death for indoor cyclamen. (facty.com)
  • At 5.1 inches, this silver and gold colored mezuzah case is highlighted by a delightful design of cyclamen blossoms. (israel-catalog.com)
  • This silver and gold colored cyclamen blossoms that are cutouts on this mezuzah case are a testament to this native Israeli plant. (israel-catalog.com)
  • The mezuzah case, like the cyclamen blossoms themselves, are a product of Israel. (israel-catalog.com)
  • The Blossoms of the Cyclamen twist and turn like tiny butterfly wings. (ballseed.com)
  • Paperwhite narcissus, white jasmine, cyclamen and moth orchid open beautiful blossoms during the cool seasons of the year. (hgtv.com)
  • Plants sold by nurseries are often hybrids between the two species (Cyclamen ×hildebrandii O. Schwarz). (wikipedia.org)
  • In nature cyclamen is a plant that goes dormant in summer and emerges during the cool, damp weather of fall, which is why you begin seeing them at florists and nurseries this time of year. (pallensmith.com)
  • Sun Belt gardeners enjoy cyclamen outdoors all winter in frost-free situations. (chicagotribune.com)
  • Due to the difficulty in propagating cyclamen, it is recommended that gardeners just purchase new plants. (clemson.edu)
  • Cyclamen, A guide for gardeners, horticulturists and botanists by Christopher Grey-Wilson (BT Batsford, 2002) 224 pages. (cyclamen.org)
  • During IPM 2020 we proudly present Cyclamen Super Serie Vintro: our real large-flowered winter Cyclamen! (schoneveld-breeding.com)
  • Apparently the latter is now known, at least by some botanists, as Cyclamen confusum. (pacificbulbsociety.org)
  • coum f. coum (Pewter Group) 'Maurice Dryden' (Cyclamen 'Maurice Dryden') will reach a height of 0.1m and a spread of 0.1m after 2-5 years. (shootgardening.co.uk)
  • I was reading up on plants for dry shade and saw Cyclamen on someone's list, but wasn't sure about it. (arrowheadalpines.com)
  • Cyclamen purpurascens is a woodland plant that grows in shady to partially shady deciduous and evergreen woods around rocks and at the base of trees. (ehow.co.uk)
  • In spring, when cyclamen stops flowering, stop watering and set it away to rest in a cupboard, in the garage, basement, potting shed or outdoors turned on its side under a shrub. (chicagotribune.com)
  • In their native habitat cyclamen typically go dormant after flowering (coinciding with the Mediterranean's dry season). (clemson.edu)
  • We think that cyclamen are an essential plant in any garden be it small or large (and the make wonderful container and window box subjects as well) but if they are not for you then why not take a look at our full range of spring flowering bulbs for sale ? (ashridgetrees.co.uk)
  • Cyclamen are common flowering gift plants but there are also North American native species found in the wild. (gardeningknowhow.com)
  • Cyclamen coum is the early-flowering species at its peak right now. (thefreedictionary.com)
  • Cyclamen are such beautiful little plants, flowering at just the right time of year when everything is winding down. (blogspot.com)
  • The flowering period of this Cyclamen is: January to March in the Northern Hemisphere and July to August in the Southern Hemisphere. (schoneveld-breeding.com)
  • Cyclamen are pretty flowering plants that unfortunately come with a not-so-pleasant drawback: They're known to be infested by vine weevils. (bestlifeonline.com)
  • Common Cyclamen, ( Cyclamen purpurascens Mill. (cyclamen.org)
  • Cyclamen Society, 2000) 126 pages + 6 lithographic plates. (cyclamen.org)