Cyclamen make a most welcome splash of colour, with ne or more species in flower throughout the year. The flowers, with their characteristic reflexed petals, are in various shades of pink through to white, and the leaves are very often mottled or patterned with silver. A few species are not fully hardy, but many are, and left to seed themselves they can eventually make an impressive display.
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Cyclamen africanum

Like Cyclamen hederifolium, with pale to deep rosy pink flowers.

Cyclamen cilicium

Pale pink flowers with a magenta basal blotch.

Cyclamen cilicium f. album

White-flowered form of this Turkish species.

Cyclamen coum

Delicate flowers, ranging from deep to pale pink, flowering in winter.

Cyclamen coum album

Delicate flowers of pure white over attractive mottled leaves.

Cyclamen hederifolium

Lots of pink (occasionally white) flowers in early autumn.