Cyclamen persicum, a plant native to the eastern Mediterranean, grows wildly in our coastal areas of Syria, especially under forests, which are scattered in southern Turkey, Greece, and southern Europe and this plant is used as a cymantiplant and one of the most important flowering plants of internal coordination. It is a picking flower.
It is better to leave the soil a little dry instead of filling the soil with water.
She loves bright light without exposure to direct sunlight.
A cold atmosphere needs between 10 to 15 degrees Celsius, and the plant bears if the temperature rises slightly.
Equivalent liquid fertilizer is given every two weeks once during the flowering period.