Are cyclamen indoor or outdoor plants?
Gardeners enjoy the sight of pretty jewelled cyclamen flowering in drifts outside, but cyclamen also makes a wonderful indoor plant, brightening up the home through late autumn and winter when days are at their shortest.
Where do cyclamen grow best?
They thrive around the base of mature shrubs and trees, but they also are happy along north facing walls, in stone troughs and in the rock garden. As a general rule, cyclamen prefer a position which is slightly shaded in summer, and moist during autumn through to late spring.
What do I do with cyclamen after flowering?
When taking care of a cyclamen after blooming, allow the leaves to die and stop watering the plant once you see the signs that the leaves are dying. Place the plant in a cool, somewhat dark place. You can remove any dead foliage, if you would like. Let sit for two months.