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Minnesota Fast Crop Cyclamen (1979)

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Minnesota Fast Crop Cyclamen

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Cyclamen production and quality are on the up spring and for good reason. Quality plants properly cared for in the home or office will remain attractive at least twice as long as potted chrysanthemums. In the home, cyclamen should be kept in bright light, but not in direct sunlight, at moderate to cool temperatures (68°F/20°C or lower at night) and watered thoroughly before wilting. Individual flowers usually last close to 4 weeks. Fertilization is often required within a month after placement in the home, unless a slow release fertilizer is applied prior to plant purchase.

Source: • Minnesota State Florists' Bulletin

Keywords: Cut flowers

Libraries: Floriculture

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