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How does Cyclamen persicum Mill propagate

Written by Maggie

Dec 10 2020

How does Cyclamen persicum Mill propagate

The main breeding method of Cyclamen Persicum Mill is sowing. The seed can be sown between September and October. The seed should be soaked before sowing. After the seeds of Cyclamen Persicum Mill germinate, they can be sown in loose, breathable and well-drained sandy loam. After the emergence of Cyclamen Persicum Mill in the later stage, Cyclamen Persicum Mill can be given sufficient light, water and fertilizer for growth.

Cyclamen Persicum Mill

Cyclamen Persicum Mill propagation method

Cyclamen Persicum Mill is a commonly used breeding method for sowing, generally suitable for sowing between September and October. Before sowing, the germination should be accelerated. Healthy and non-damaged cyclamen persicum mill seeds should be selected and soaked in water for 20-24 hours. After soaking, clean the seeds, wrap them in a wet cloth, and keep them in a warm place indoors.

Cyclamen Persicum Mill

Management  of Cyclamen persicum Mill after sowing

During the management period, the environmental temperature should be stabilized at about 25 degrees Celsius, and appropriate amount of water should be given to the seeds every day to replenish water. After germination, the seeds can be planted in loose, fertile, breathable and well-drained sandy loam. After planting, water the plant properly and cover the pot with a layer of glass to keep it warm and moisturized.

After sowing, the flowerpot can be kept in a warm and ventilated place. The ambient temperature can be stabilized at 20 ~ 22 degrees. During curing, water should be controlled. After the emergence of Cyclamen Persicum Mill in the later stage, the clamen can be moved to the position with sufficient light for curing. During the curing period, also give Cyclamen Persicum Mill adequate water and fertilizer to facilitate the growth of Cyclamen Persicum Mill branches and leaves.

Reasonable curing is required after Cyclamen Persicum Mill reaches adulthood. Cyclamen Persicum Mill is warm and suitable for growing in a warm, humid, well-ventilated and light-filled environment. During the summer, when the temperature is high, Cyclamen Persicum Mill will be in semi-dormancy state, which requires water control and fertilizer control. During curing, be aware that the Cyclamen Persicum Mill will die if the summer temperature is above 35 degrees.

Cyclamen Persicum Mill