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Author Topic: Why do my cut tulips droop when the water level gets low in the vase?  (Read 3147 times)

Offline Hiheels

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What keeps the little blighters upright?

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Water pressure! The cells that keep the things stiff require a certain water pressure to maintain rigidity.
Try putting a viagra tablet in with them - might work!  ???
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Sound like hard work.

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Off to the pharmacy? ;)
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I'm sure I don't know what you mean  :o

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You can get a food for cut flowers that will prolong them, and I heard a little sugar in the water can help.
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Lemonade that's gone flat is supposed to increase the life of cut flowers too.