How to Keep Cut Flowers Fresh
SugarThe theory: Duplicates the sugar rush that occurs during photosynthesis. It can, however, promote bacterial growth.
Day 1: One teaspoon of sugar is added to the water.
Day 4: Except for one limp stem, things look pretty good. One more packet of sugar gets poured into the water.
Day 7: The flowers have burst open, and the petals are beginning to curl. (See photo, left.)
The verdict: Uneven blooming and splayed stems, but the flowers are mostly intact.
Next: Flower Food
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