H. Gustav Hildebrand, 1897
||8 (15) Centimetres
Carmine - Magenta
Cyclamen pseudibericum f. roseum, Grey-Wilson.
mistake: Cyclamen pseudoibericum
This member of the Primulaceae family was
given this name by Friedrich Hermann Gustav Hildebrand in 1897. It is found in
a small area in the Amanus and Anti-Taurus Mountains of southern
Turkey, growing in a well
drained but rich soil with some water and little to some sun. The caudex
can grow to four centimetres, the leaves raises to eight and the
bright flowers to fifteen centimetres.
The genera name from Greek kyklos:
'circle' referring to the rounded tubers. The species name from
pseudo; 'false' and -bericum must be Lebanon: 'false Lebanese'.
It is a real early