Monday, April 17, 2017

Not Brown

While looking at my blog with so much tea bag art, I started to feel a need for some color. So here are my Easter Cyclamen plants in full bloom.They are at their peak now and simply beautiful. I've had Cyclamens in the past that have not done well, so I'm looking for tips on how to care for them.


Penny said...

Unfortunately I know nothing about 'growing' things - except that I like them *smile*. This is a beautiful flower and almost sings
S-P-R-I-N-G out loud!!!

Barb said...


kathyinozarks said...

very pretty-I know nothing about these plants for taking care of them either may need to do a google search for how much water and light

Carol- Beads and Birds said...

Aren't they pretty. I used to have so many house plants that I had to arrange the furniture to accommodate their light needs. Back in the '70s I bought a paperback book by Hyponex that told me every house plant there was and how to care for them.

keep evenly moist September to May, nearly dry June-August so tuber can rest. Sunny east or west window. temp 60-70s. Suffers in dry air. Potting soil African Violet. Feed at blooming in September - May. Do not feed in summer.

There you go!
xx, Carol

Gene Black said...

I don't typically do well with plants, so I can't give you any advice. But the colors are exquisite.

Hunter said...

Oh, pretty. Thanks for sharing. Aloha, Hunter