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Cyclamen hederifolium 'Bowles’s Apollo Group'

Cyclamen hederifolium¬†subsp.¬†hederifolium ‘Apollo’ (‘Bowles’s Apollo’, ‘Bowles’s Apollo Group’)

The original plant named by Gerard Parker was found by him in the garden of E. A. Bowles at Myddelton House. The leaves were remarkable for the large shield-shaped area of silver in the centre and another around the margin, separated by a green zone. The leaves also have an overlying flush of pink, although this is variable; flowers pink.