Cyclamen hederifolium (ivy-leaved cyclamen or sowbread)

Cyclamen hederifolium - A tuberous perennial that blooms and sprouts leaves in autumn, grows through the winter, and goes dormant before summer, when the seed pods ripen and open. The tuber is round-flattened and produces roots from the top and sides, leaving the base bare. The tuber becomes larger with age; older specimens commonly become more than 25 cm (10 in) across. Leaves and flowers grow from buds on top. The flowers bloom from late summer to autumn, usually pink, purple, or white with a streaky magenta V-shaped marking on the nose, but sometimes pure white with no markings. Family: Primulaceae

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Cyclamen hederifolium (ivy-leaved cyclamen or sowbread) 1

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Cyclamen coum (Cyclamen)

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