Asked by: Abdalla Mineiroasked in category: General Last Updated: 27th June, 2020
How do you keep a cyclamen indoors?
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Also question is, can Cyclamen be grown indoors?
Most often grown in pots indoors, cyclamen like plenty of natural light. The plants dislike being in hot, stuffy rooms, so take your indoor cyclamen outside at night 4to a well-ventilated area. 4. During summer, most species are dormant.
Also Know, do Cyclamen like sun or shade? Hardy Cyclamen are ideally suited to growing in a shaded rockery or naturalized in the light shade of woodland borders. Here they combine with ferns, hardy perennials, and spring flowering bulbs of Scilla, Erythroniums, and Fritillaries. Planted in beds of their own they will create a colony of amazing color.
Consequently, how long do indoor cyclamen last?
Cyclamen care One of the great things about indoor cyclamen is if (like me), you are a bit hit and miss with your house plant care, they are pretty easy and reliable, looking good for six to eight weeks in our cold house. They're happy at room temperature (about 55F/13C), but shouldn't get too hot.
How do you store cyclamen?
Keep the cyclamen in a cool room with daytime temperatures between 60 and 65 F. (16-18 C.), and nighttime temps at about 50 F. (10 C.). Feed the plant monthly, using a liquid fertilizer for indoor plants.