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Arrange Daffodils that Won't Flop

comments (3) April 19th, 2013 in blogs
Antonio_Reis Antonio Reis, Product Manager
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Produced by: Antonio Reis, Sue Roman


Spring flowers always seem to stand tall for a day or so, but then they begin to flop over in the vase. Steve Aitken has a simple tip that will keep you blooms uprght longer.





Comments (3)

wwross writes: Seems like a lot of work. Posted: 10:51 am on April 29th
chrishaslam writes: Adding a bit of gin works (yes, really) on floppy paperwhites that have been forced indoors - wonder if it works for floppy cut bulb flowers also? I have had very weak-stemmed tulips lately. hh Posted: 9:31 am on April 29th
springle writes: Floral wire would be better, cheaper, and easier to re-use and guaranteed to be insertable in every stem. Posted: 8:21 am on April 29th
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