Cyclamen

Cyclamen is a group of low-growing herbaceous plants of the natural order Primulaceae (Primrose family) found in the mountains of the Mediterranean and Central Europe. They have globular, bulb-like roots from which arise long stalked, heart-shaped leaves, and white, pink, lilac or crimson flowers. The fleshy root-stalks, though acrid, are greedily ...
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Cyclamen

This group consists of 15 tender and hardy, deciduous, tuberous-rooted perennials belonging to the Primrose family, Primulaceae. Cyclamens grow wild from Greece to Syria. They grow from 8 to 12 inches high and have beautiful, dark green, heart-shaped leaves mottled with silver. Their butterfly-like, single or double flowers rise above the foli...
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cyclamen

[n] - Mediterranean plant widely cultivated as a houseplant for its showy dark green leaves splotched with silver and nodding white or pink to reddish flowers with reflexed petals
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Cyclamen

Cyc'la·men noun [ New Latin , from Greek kykla`minos , kyklami`s .] (Botany) A genus of plants of the Primrose family, having depressed rounded corms, and pretty nodding flowers with the petals so reflexed as to point upwards, whence it is called rabbits' ears . It i...
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cyclamen

Cyclamen purpurascens noun Mediterranean plant widely cultivated as a houseplant for its showy dark green leaves splotched with silver and nodding white or pink to reddish flowers with reflexed petals
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Cyclamen

• (n.) A genus of plants of the Primrose family, having depressed rounded corms, and pretty nodding flowers with the petals so reflexed as to point upwards, whence it is called rabbits` ears. It is also called sow bread, because hogs are said to eat the corms.
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Cyclamen

genus of about 20 species of flowering perennial herbs of the myrsine family (Myrsinaceae) that are native to the Middle East and southern and ... [1 related articles]
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cyclamen

cyclamen: see primrose.
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cyclamen

Any of a group of perennial plants belonging to the primrose family, with heart-shaped leaves and petals that are twisted at the base and bent back, away from the centre of the downward-facing flower. The flowers are usually white or pink, and several species are cultivated. (Genus Cyclamen, family Primulaceae.)
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Cyclamen

Cyclamen (n {respell|SY|klə-men} or n {respell|SIK|lə-men}) is a genus of 23 species of perennials growing from tubers, valued for their flowers with upswept petals and variably patterned leaves. Cyclamen species are native to Europe and the Mediterranean Basin east to Iran, with one species in Somalia. It was traditionally classified in the fam...
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