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(Florist's Cyclamen, Persian Cyclamen, Sierra Synchro™ Series)

A familiar sight on the shelves of supermarkets and florist shops, this tender herbaceous perennial is native to the eastern Mediterranean. The rounded, heart-shaped leaves, which are sometimes strikingly marbled with silvery or pewter mottling, emerge in fall and are attractive well into spring. Purple, mauve, pink, or white flowers - with backswept, shooting-star petals - appear from late fall to early spring. They are often fragrant. The plant dies back to a rounded tuber in late spring. Many...

Image of Cyclamen persicum (SIERRA™ DEEP SALMON, SIERRA™ SERIES) photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

(Florist's Cyclamen, Persian Cyclamen, Sierra™ Deep Salmon Cyclamen)

This Sierra Series cyclamen bears masses of large orange-pink flowers on "standard-sized" plants. Sierra Series cyclamens are seed-propagated F1 hybrids selected and bred for production and sale as seasonal container plants. Like other florist's cyclamens they derive from Cyclamen persicum, a tender tuberous perennial from the eastern Mediterranean.

Sierra Series cyclamens form uniform mounds of handsome, heart-shaped, silver-mottled leaves that expand in fall or early winter. Solitary,...

(Florist's Cyclamen, Persian Cyclamen, Sierra™ Light Pink with Eye Cyclamen)

The soft-pink flowers of this "standard-sized" florist's cyclamen are decorated with raspberry-pink eye-blotches. Sierra Series cyclamens are seed-propagated F1 hybrids selected and bred for production and sale as seasonal container plants. Like other florist's cyclamens they derive from Cyclamen persicum, a tender tuberous perennial from the eastern Mediterranean.

Sierra Series cyclamens form uniform mounds of handsome, heart-shaped, silver-mottled leaves that expand in fall or early...

Image of Cyclamen persicum (SIERRA™ LILAC, SIERRA™ SERIES) photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

(Florist's Cyclamen, Persian Cyclamen, Sierra™ Lilac Cyclamen)

This Sierra Series cyclamen bears masses of large lilac-pink flowers on "standard-sized" plants. Sierra Series cyclamens are seed-propagated F1 hybrids selected and bred for production and sale as seasonal container plants. Like other florist's cyclamens they derive from Cyclamen persicum, a tender tuberous perennial from the eastern Mediterranean.

Sierra Series cyclamens form uniform mounds of handsome, heart-shaped, silver-mottled leaves that expand in fall or early winter. Nodding...

(Florist's Cyclamen, Persian Cyclamen, Sierra™ Cyclamen)

Cyclamens in the Sierra Series bear masses of colorful blooms on "standard-sized" plants. These seed-propagated F1 hybrids were selected and bred for production and sale as seasonal container plants. Like other florist's cyclamens they derive from Cyclamen persicum, a tender tuberous perennial from the eastern Mediterranean.

Sierra Series cyclamens form uniform mounds of handsome, heart-shaped, silver-mottled leaves that expand in fall or early winter. Nodding flowers with five backswept,...

(Florist's Cyclamen, Persian Cyclamen)

Named for their eye-catching, silver-hearted leaves, cyclamens in this series also feature a tidy compact habit and abundant bloom. These seed-propagated F1 hybrids were selected and bred for production and sale as seasonal container plants. Like other florist's cyclamens they derive from Cyclamen persicum, a tender tuberous perennial from the eastern Mediterranean.

Silverheart™ Series cyclamens form neat rosettes of dark-green, heart-shaped leaves with silver-washed centers. The foliage...

Image of Cyclamen repandum photo by: Mark A. Miller

Mark A. Miller

(Cyclamen)

The silver-splashed leaves and elegant, sweet-scented blooms of this hardy cyclamen arise in spring from fuzzy, rounded, underground tubers. Native to Italy, the Dalmatians, Greece, and several Mediterranean islands, it has been cultivated by gardeners for more than 300 years.

The gray- to dark-green, heart-shaped leaves of Cyclamen repandum break ground in late winter or spring. Thinner than those of most other cyclamen species, the leaves are often blotched, dotted, or streaked with...

Image of Dahlia photo by: International Flower Bulb Centre

International Flower Bulb Centre

(Dahlia)

Nothing beats dahlias as everblooming warm season bedding plants and cut flowers.

Named for Swedish botanist and student of Linnaeus, Anders Dahl (1751 to 1789), this genus in the daisy family consists of over 30-species, many more subspecies and varieties and literally thousands of cultivated varieties. All are herbaceous tender perennials with bulbous underground tuberous roots, which are colloquially referred to as "tubers" even though the term is botanically incorrect.

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James H. Schutte

(Dahlia, Decorative Dahlia)

Nothing beats dahlias as everblooming warm season bedding plants and cut flowers.

Named for Swedish botanist and student of Linnaeus, Anders Dahl (1751 to 1789), this genus in the daisy family consists of over 30-species, many more subspecies and varieties and literally thousands of cultivated varieties. All are herbaceous tender perennials with bulbous underground tuberous roots, which are colloquially referred to as "tubers" even though the term is botanically incorrect.

Originating from...

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Jessie Keith

(Aitara Majesty Dahlia, Dahlia, Semi-cactus Dahlia)

Nothing beats dahlias as everblooming bedding plants and cutflowers. Cultivar 'Aitara Majesty' is a herbaceous, warm season, tender perennial with bulbous underground tubers. Its green foliage is made of single, oval and pointed leaflets with toothed margins. The large to sometimes giant, doubled, semi-cactus flowers are bright yellow and long-lasting. It is good to remove the old buds from spent flowers to encourage continued flowering.

Dahlias prefer well-drained, fertile soil and full to...