Use Warm Water For Fresh Flowers

Fresh cut flowers should always be placed in warm water rather than cold because the stem will absorb the warm water more rapidly. This prevents air bubbles from blocking the stem. Follow this tip and you will be able to enjoy your garden cuttings for a longer time.


By Marie from West Dundee, IL


September 27, 20070 found this helpful

ALso a trick I learned long ago is to place a

bit of Chlorox & mix well. Keeps flowers fresh

in lieu of the accompanying packet & as a plus,

keeps the water crystal clear.

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