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 How does sugar prolong life in cut flowers?

Answer the sugar provides the cut flowers with nurishment they would other wise get from the plants leaves, however to prevent bacteria growth in the vase add a bit of econonika
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Does sugar prolong the life of cut flowers?

On One Hand: Sugar Prolongs LifeAs soon as a flower is cut from the plant, it is in trouble because its life support system is gone. Flowers need a continuous source of water. Adding sugar to the w... Read More »
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Why does sugar water prolong the life of cut flowers?

The life of most cut flowers can be extended by adding sugar to the water. A few types of flowers such as daffodils and tulips do not do well with sugar water, but sugar doubles the life of flowers... Read More »
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Does aspirin prolong the life of cut flowers?

Adding aspirin to cut flower arrangements will not prolong their life. Commercial floral preservatives extend a cut flower's life and are highly recommended. Clean vases thoroughly and remove exces... Read More »
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Does Sprite prolong the life of cut flowers?

Sprite prolongs the life of cut flowers because of the sugar in it. Sugar acts as a food for flowers. Even if you add the packets that sometimes come with cut flowers, if you also add one part Spri... Read More »
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