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Wednesday, October 2, 2013

Cyclamen, August-October. Wordless Wednesday











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15 comments:

  1. These are so cheerful and sweet coming as they do at this time of year! Love them and your pictures of them!

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    1. Thank you, Peter! There is so much beauty in these little things!

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  2. Tatyana, your cyclamens are so sweet! I see a lot of flower buds. Do they bloom all the autumn long?

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    1. Elena, thank you! They usually last for several month.

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  3. Beautiful!
    I love Cyclamen!
    Lea
    Lea's Menagerie

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  4. Wonderful! Do they spread fast?

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  5. Such pretty little flowers! Are these the cyclamen sold at garden centers that are labeled as "hardy cyclamen"? They look like the perfect woodland plant!

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    1. Thank you, Dorothy! Yes, this is how they call them! Some of them came from Breck's in 2009 and they are spreading.

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  6. I love these autumn Cyclamen and you have so many of them.

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    1. Janneke, thanks! It's nice to see pink in October, isn't it?

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  7. Stunning photos tanya - I just love cyclamen...even if they don't love my garden! :-P

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    1. How nice to see you again! Thank you for stopping by. I can't believe cyclamen don't like you!

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  8. I grew these at my old, old house and don't know why I have never replanted them again. These will be on my list for the garden center.

    Eileen

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