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NewsHow to extend the life of a bouquet of flowers: forget about aspirin and sugar

How to extend the life of a bouquet of flowers: forget about aspirin and sugar

There was a time when not a single bouquet of flowers was placed in a vase until an aspirin tablet or a few spoonfuls of granulated sugar were dissolved in water.

Someone still believes that such funds extend the life of flower bouquets. In fact, there are more effective options.

We will tell you how to extend the life of flowers.

We are talking about natural honey, which gardeners and flower growers have long chosen and use as a rooting agent and growth stimulator.

This is a non-professional flower care product, but its effectiveness is beyond doubt.

And if there are no other options, honey will completely cope with this task.

But this does not mean that by putting a spoonful of honey in the water, you can admire the flowers for several weeks.

Flowers wilt quickly, as pathogens thrive in water. To combat them, someone prefers to add bleach to the water.

But in fact, it is better to change the water more often – at least once every 2 days, and some species need to change the water 2 times a day.

Along with this, you need to regularly update the cuts on the rods.

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