The cyclamen is a very popular bulbous, ideal for growing in the garden or in the terrains especially in the autumn seasons. It loves well-drained soils rich in organic substance, preferably growing in shady locations. Plant the rustic species in May-June, during the dormant period, at a depth of about 5 cm. The tubers of the cyclamens do not have the ability to reproduce and cannot be divided, so the only way to reproduce the cyclamens is by sowing: the seeds are harvested in the summer, when the capsules mature and planted in April-May. If you want to grow your potted cyclamen, remember to harmonize the size of the bulb with that of the container. This type of cultivation is also ideal to be able to move plants to more sheltered positions if they suffered too much from the climate. As far as irrigation is concerned, make sure that the earth does not get drenched, otherwise the development of the cyclamen will be compromised. Wet more frequently during the flowering period.
If the soil is poor in nutrients, especially with regards to potting, add a lot of potassium and little nitrogen during the vegetative phase.