Cyclamen repandum is part of the Primulaceae family of plants. They also call it the Spring Sowbread. It is native to southern Europe, especially, in the woodlands and rocky areas.
Cyclamen repandum grows from tubers, and it is deciduous. Usually, it reaches a height of 6in or 15cm. The leaves are heart-shaped, toothed, or lobed. The flowers appear in spring. They have long, slender, pink petals. It has fragrant flowers.
How to grow Cyclamen repandum:
Grow Cyclamen repandum in partial shade in a sheltered area. Plant it in any type of soil, chalk, clay, loam, or sand. Acid or alkaline is the same. Place it two to six inches deep.
Other synonyms for Cyclamen repandum include:
- Cyclamen ficariifolium
- Cyclamen ilicetorum
- Cyclamen immaculatum
- Cyclamen lobospilum
- Cyclamen repandum f. album
- Cyclamen vernum
- Cyclaminus repanda