Upright flared blooms in colors from pale pink to magenta, dance above the leaves of the hardy cyclamen ‘Coum’, a reliable perennial. These choice tuberous plants sport marbled foliage with rich variations of leaf pattern in greens and silver. Heart shaped leaves emerge in fall followed by flowers from December to March.
‘Coum’ naturalizes well in the woodland garden or dappled shade. This is an excellent choice for those difficult, dry shady spots under trees. Plant these cyclamen in drifts for maximum impact. This tough and hardy variety of cyclamen, which will grow to be 4-6” tall in its maturity, has dainty flowers (smaller then the florist varieties) and will return year after year. Visit Squak Mt. today to meet our favorite perennials for the early spring season.