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The leaves of Cyclamen coum are almost as handsome and invaluable as the flowers – brilliant for carpeting under shrubs and trees and exceptionally long-lived. They will gradually self-sow and naturalise, looking good in your garden for decades.
Shown here underplanting Galanthus ‘Sam Arnott'.
- RHS Award of Garden Merit
- Perfect for pollinators
|Soil Type:||Rich, well-drained, friable soil containing leaf mould.||Site:||Moist sun or part shade||Height:||10 cm||Spacing:||Plant 2.5cm deep,5-8cm apart, flatest side down and the tops still visible.||Hardiness:||Hardy||Care tips:||Top dress with compost and manure annually in early autumn||Flowers:||❀ January - February||For the vase:||Look pretty contrasted with bright orange and purple crocuses or tiny blue flowers.|