These cyclamen – about 4″ tall – are growing on a part-wooded slope laid out as a garden, overlooking a valley with the Monastery of the Cross in the valley bottom and the Knesset building at the top of the opposite slope. The ‘garden’ is principally a number of paths weaving across the slope, with the scrub cleaned from among the trees and with some grassed areas. And this is to explain that the cyclamen here seems to be wild and does not seem to be part of an intentional planting.

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