Non-Blooming Cyclamen: Reasons Why Cyclamen Buds Don’t Open

By Jackie Carroll Informed shoppers buy cyclamen plants when they are loaded with swollen buds so that they can enjoy the open flowers in their home over a long period of time. Buds that fail to open lead to disappointment, and it is hard to get the plant to produce new buds. Find out why when cyclamen buds don’t open in this article. Buds Not Opening on Cyclamen Today’s cyclamen hybrids are bigger and more vivid in color than at any time in the past. Some of them also have a sweet scent. These lovely plants are a bit fussy to keep, but they are worth a little extra effort. Failure to meet their moisture and temperature requirements can lead to cyclamen buds not opening. In their native climate, cyclamen flowers bloom during mild, Mediterranean winters when they enjoy cool temperatures. Ideal daytime temperatures are between 60 and 65 degrees


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