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Jackson, MS

August 7, 2009
7:50 AM

Post #6917629

mix food coloring in water. stand your freshly cut queen anns lace in the water and soon you will have colored blooms. my grandmother taught me this trick fifty some years ago.


Milton, MA
(Zone 6a)

August 8, 2009
12:12 AM

Post #6920465

Yes, I've heard of this but still haven't tried it! What a great idea for kids (or adults, for that matter). Thank you so much for writing.
Crossville, TN

August 11, 2014
9:15 AM

Post #9915361

This was a favorite thing we did in the summer as kids...always had about 6 jars of different colors of water in jars with Queen Annes Lace in them, soaking up the colored water. Jo


Milton, MA
(Zone 6a)

August 11, 2014
9:25 AM

Post #9915375

Neat! We certainly had bouquets of QAL and food coloring, but we never thought to combine them.

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