Ina Crossley
Mon, 07 Apr 2014 19:35:14 PDT
I have a lot of Cyclamen persicum multiplyingthemselves in the garden, 
not always in the right place.  Like Tony Avent says, they are fine to 
plant at a very young, one leaf  stage. I stick it in the right place, 
make sure the soil is damp and it keeps growing, no problem. It would be 
importantthat it is not in the full sun, and kept damp until settled.


Ina Crossley
Auckland New Zealand zone 10a

On 8/04/2014 2:21 p.m., Tony Avent wrote:
> I made a mistake and planted my cyclamen seed all in one container.  I had about 90% germination and the small plants are about 1" apart.  It is a winter/spring growing species.  I have since learned that the seed should have been sown in individual containers because they are difficult to transplant.  Should I attempt to transplant now even though they will be going into dormancy in about a month or so?   Or should I wait until they are actually completely dormant to transplant?  Thanks,  Joe Kraatz

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