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<DIV>Any experience on this as a cut flower? I took some to market last
weekend. They looked great until late on a hot afternoon -- their little
heads started to wilt over. I thought it was just the heat outside.
I put one in water in the house and got the same effect after two days in the
vase. Many websites say it is a good cut flower. </DIV>
<DIV>Any experience with this or are there any tricks for this one?</DIV>