Cyclamen confusum

Robert Nold via pbs
Wed, 07 Apr 2021 18:01:12 PDT

> I have hesitated to send seed of these C. confusum plants to exchanges because I thought they would have crossed with the ordinary hederifolium growing not far away. If they have a doubled chromosome number, however, does that mean they can't hybridize with the diploid typical C. hederifolium? Would it be useful to provide seed this summer to the BX/SX?

That's what the description on the Cyclamen Society website says. The two species can't hybridize. 
Cyclamen confusum is hardy here, growing in clay soil. 
There is a fairly attractive "red" form; mediocre picture attached.

Bob Nold
Denver, Colorado
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