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A hardy species, the first blooms often greeting snow. Stems are seldom more than 3 inches high, and leaves are variable marbled with silver and appear in autumn. Purplish-magenta flowers - miniature florists' cyclamen - appear later, from December through April, depending on location. This shade-tolerant species is easily grown in a well-drained, leafy soil. Be patient because bulbs may remain dormant for over a year, but blooms are always worth the wait, and self-sown seedlings are the norm. 16/sq. yd.