Morel presents 10 novelties in cyclamen

A passion for Cyclamen for more than 100 years, a varietal selection done in the South of France and a rich catalogue of 280 varieties of Cyclamen. From standard cyclamen to very fancy varieties, to use indoors and outdoors, with a large assortment from mini to maxi flower size. With 100% of production and research carried out in Fréjus - France, MOREL is committed to local, responsible and environmentally friendly production.

"Heat resistance is in our DNA" 
The Morel family has been growing cyclamen since 1919. The selection of cyclamen varieties is done since 1945 in the south of France, in a Mediterranean climate. This climate is characterized by heat, high light intensity and strong variations of relative humidity. Long and very dry periods alternate with short periods of intense and abundant rainfall.

Years of research combined with this breeding pressure narrowed parental lines down to those with genetic traits. (Vigour, heat tolerance, intense light tolerance, vivid colours). Therefore, the combination of two robust parental lines creates resistant F1 hybrids.

Latinia CRISPINO: Rococo style for Fall fiesta This new rococo fringed mix can be used as an early variety with large flowers. It blooms before Halios CURLY, offering a fancy ruffled cyclamen from September. Consumer benefit: in addition to its very original flower shape, CRISPINO has a variation of foliage that offers a nice diversity.

ABSOLU de Morel: elegance & refinement of the perfumed cyclamen Morel’s research team keeps innovating by creating the 1st scented mini VICTORIA F1. The plant size of this unique variety is equivalent to METIS, with a very round plant habit, and gets 100% VICTORIA flower type. It is recommended for flowering in summer and autumn. The beautiful dark green foliage creates a strong contrast with the colour of the flowers.

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83600 Fréjus, France 

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