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Macro Monday ~ A flowering winter classic

Cyclamen has long been a well-known indoor plant, which with its flowering makes us happy all winter, and with a bit of luck another part of spring.  This does not need much.  It is enough to place the cyclamen in a bright and cool place, away from the heaters (stoves).  We pour it with soft water and take it very carefully. Pour it along the edge of the pot without wetting its heart, this is a tuber. Watering it in the heart can lead to rot in a short time. Sooner or later it comes that old flower dies, as well as a sheet. Removing flowers and dead leaves, however, is a chapter in itself, as most do not know. To remove flowers and stems, hold the flower or leaf with one hand and turn it clockwise with one hand while removing it from the tuber. Thus, we removed all the stem and to prevent rot in the residues.

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  1. Cyclamens thrive so well every winter in pur pergola. My daughter asked for plants for her new house But then, I realized she dug all of them out. So, I have to wait and see if some tuber is left behind for the next season.

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