Traducción de cyclamen en español:


ciclamen, n.

Pronunciación /ˈsaɪkləmən/ /ˈsɪkləmən/

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    ciclamen masculino
    • Some of my favorite windowsill plants include many varieties of trailing ivy, African violets, primroses, pansies and violets, geraniums, gloxinias, cyclamens, coleus, kalonchoes, peperomias, and heartleaf philodendrons.
    • Their soil must contain sufficient humus and be rich in calcium, but the idea that cyclamens need a lot of moisture is a misconception.
    • Very early spring is one of the best times to visit the garden - not only are the snowdrops and cyclamen flowering, but the foliage of certain conifers is more golden than at other times of year.
    • Under the dense canopy of a beech tree, it is possible to have different hardy cyclamen in flower every day of the year.
    • Poinsettia, cyclamen and azaleas, along with many other seasonal favourites, are available in shops and garden centres everywhere at this time of year.
    • Outside her apartment is a collection of begonias and cyclamen and other colourful plants in pots.
    • Tidy up winter containers by deadheading violas and cyclamen and removing dead leaves from ivy and other greenery.
    • For the hanging basket I chose three small-flowered cyclamen in shades of rich pink and several soft blue violas.
    • In fact, the process by which cyclamen set seed is unique, and a huge part of their charm.
    • The white winter flowering heather and pink cyclamen had faded but were soon replaced by violas, primulas and grape hyacinth.
    • You can use a combination of plants: primulas, cyclamen, heathers and ivy are all useful for winter colour.
    • Primroses, cyclamen and Rieger begonias, however, will flower in bright shade.
    • The sight of winter cyclamen's hot pink flowers on a frigid January day will warm your heart.
    • Certain flowers, such as the beautiful cyclamen, are grown as cash crops in the developing world.
    • In flower are red, white and various shades of pink cyclamen as well as daffodils.
    • If, like mine, your garden is very wet for most of the year, you could grow cyclamen and miniature tulips in well-drained compost.
    • I have one full bag of 100 miniature daffodils to plant, not to mention some cyclamen and about 100 miscellaneous other bulbs.
    • Amongst the many hardy cyclamen which are suitable for naturalizing are several which flower during spring and a number which produce their blossoms in autumn.
    • Try bulbs that are prolific in winter months, such as tulips, narcissus, hyacinth, kalanchoe and cyclamen.
    • Early October has brought a fresh crop of flowers to the garden this year and the beds are filled with autumnal plants such as Rudbeckias, Michaelmas daisies, late roses, clematis and cyclamen.