Cyclamen hederifolium album has been selected to produce white flowers in early autumn followed by beautiful ivy-shaped, glossy-marked leaves which are visible all winter. These are the toughest and most enduring of the cyclamen and will get better and better over the years eventually become quite large.These are wonderful on their own, or as a contrast to the pink.
Cyclamen hederifolium album tubers thrive best in lighter soils rich in leaf-mould. If drainage is a problem, lashings of grit may help. Acid to limey soil makes little difference and they should be planted 1" (2.5) deep and about 5" (12cm) apart or dotted about. Do think too about the varied tapestry achievable from their leaves.