I have been transplanting one leaf cyclamen a few at a time as they have been appearing for weeks in my pelargonium brought in for the winter. Seems some pesky little mouse took seed I had started and hoarded them in the 3 plants. This is the only explanation I have of how they got there. One year the plants I brought indoors were full of bird seed before I realized it. The cyclamen seedlings are doing fine even though I had to wiggle them out of pelargonium roots. I can't say the same for the mice. Jyl Tuck Yale B.C. Galanthus, eranthus & crocus ending tete a tete daff ; trillium ovatum; scilla; fritillaria michailosky; hepaticas; anenome blanda & nemorosas just started with Arisaema amurense poking its nose up.