Vinegar is renowned for its multi-purpose uses around the home, from cooking to cleaning.
As it goes, vinegar can also work wonders for your cut flowers, especially when combined with a little bit of granulated sugar.
Vinegar, when added to your flower’s water, can lower the pH which, in turn, increases how much acidity your flowers are getting.
According to Gardening Know How, this helps to create an environment that is not as hospitable for the growth of bacteria, which is often the culprit in the speed of decline in the freshness of the flowers.
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