I was given this gorgeous bright pink Cyclamen plant as a gift at the end of December, and now three months later it's still blooming! After enjoying this one for a week or two, I couldn't resist picking up a few smaller ones, which you can see below. And they too, have been giving non-stop blooms despite the huge range of temperatures we've experienced, from snow to warm Spring.
I've been keeping these pots outdoors and in the shade, though one can keep cyclamens indoors, given low enough temperatures, or just put icecubes in the pot now and then! For more information about how to care for cyclamens, see my post from two years ago here.
I'll have to admit, last time I had a cyclamen I didn't know exactly how to care for it after the blooms stopped and did not follow my own instructions. This year I'm going to see if I can successfully save the tubers once the plants die back and try to re-pot them again next year, that is if they don't get thrown out!
For those of you who live in the Southern Hemisphere, you can enjoy cyclamen soon, for the rest of you, try to remember this post until next year!