Cyclamen hederifolium 'Silver Tongued Devil'

Also known as:

  • Perennial Ivy-leaf Hardy Cyclamen

Plant Type

perennial, bulb / corm / tuber

Zones

4a-4a, 5a-8b

Size

H:3"

Growing Conditions

Soil Needs:

well-drained, gritty

Water Needs:

low, dry in summer

Sun Exposure:

mostly sun, bright shade, mostly shade

Features

Flower Color:

purple

Flower Season:

summer

Tags

broadleaf
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This seed strain is one that we named from an exceptional selection in our garden. The foliage is longer than normal, forming a silver tongue-shaped leaf, often edged with a narrow green border, and usually with a dark green stripe down the center of the leaf. Since cyclamens are obligate out-crossers (they can't have sex with themselves), each plant will be different. The purple flowers emerge in midsummer, followed by the leaves in fall. The plants go dormant in late spring.

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