This offering represents silver-leaf variants that we grew from our own garden seed. The foliage, which emerges in late October and grows all winter, is primarily silver, often with some green patterns or leaf flecks. The parents of this strain had white flowers, but since cyclamen are outcrossers (they need a sexual partner), you can't be sure what percentage will have white flowers as opposed to pink. You'll know their flower color when blooming season starts in late July (NC). In the garden, good soil drainage and protection from excessive summer rains are the keys to success.