A very popular blooming houseplant, Cyclamen provide a pop of color and beautiful foliage to any space. We have them in several colors.
Cyclamen require some specific, but not difficult, care. They prefer cooler areas of the house (below 70 degrees during the day, below 50 at night), and if they get too warm, they'll start to die. Your Cyclamen will tell you when it needs water, as the plant will start to droop, but you'll also know when the first inch of soil is dry. After you Cyclamen is done blooming, it'll go into a dormancy state. Its leaves will start to yellow and die, and it MIGHT seem like the plant is dying, but it's just resting. Cut the leaves off, stick your plant in a cool, dark closet for two months without water. After the two months, bring the plant back out and start regular watering again - it should start growing and blooming back to its beautiful self.