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Cyclamen mirabile "Tilebarn Nicholas"

Cyclamen mirabile "Tilebarn Nicholas" (Cyclamen mirabile "Tilebarn Nicholas")

I love the leaves as much as the flowers

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Wow.....what a star!!

9 Feb, 2010


Yes, Tilebarn Anne is quite a stunner too.

9 Feb, 2010


Oh, .... my ...... God!
How is it propagaged, Gal.

15 Feb, 2010


Seed and then selecting the best coloured leaves I think. I'm sure I've read somewhere that you can slice cyclamen tubers up to give cuttings but I've never tried. I've had a lot of Tilebarn Nicholas seedlings come up this year from seed I collected last year, however none of them show this sort of colouring. I suspect (hope anyway) that I've got to wait until they mature a bit before I see anything like the picture.

15 Feb, 2010


I always thought that you could not dice and slice Cyclamen. But if it has a cultivar name, it must be capable of some form of vegetative propagation. I can't think what it would be??
The response from seed is fairly typical, I think, but hey, we live it hope of another 'stunner'

21 Feb, 2010

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