Cyclamen graecum belongs to the Primulaceae (the Primrose family). It is a perennial herb that is distributed in southeastern Europe, Greece and Crete. This herb grows in grasslands and shrublands, and up to a height of 5-10 cm. The leaves are green and have light green serrated spots on the edges. In fall, flower stems are stretched and pink flowers are blooming. The eyes of the corolla are deep red, and the anther is red vermilion.