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end wilt for green things

add viagra to plant feed for pot plants and fresh cut flowers
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I believe viagra works by helping to retain fluid and so by adding a small amount of viagra, possibly a low-cost generic drug ; droopy, wilty flowers will be a problem no more.
po, May 21 2002

results of viagra plant food http://www.pages2send.com/cactus.htm
[IvanIdea, May 21 2002, last modified Oct 05 2004]

astoundingly this is doable http://www.wired.co...,1294,21099,00.html
[IvanIdea, May 21 2002, last modified Oct 05 2004]

Titchmarsh's steamy pulp novel. http://www.amazon.c...026-6533449-2963617
Synopsis: "Rob MacGregor, hired to recapture the declining audience for a daytime gardening programme, quickly becomes Britain's latest heart-throb." [mcscotland, May 21 2002, last modified Oct 05 2004]

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       [po] - I believe asprin will do this. Try adding some to the water the flowers sit in.
mcscotland, May 21 2002
  

       At least that'll stop the "Sorry, I have a headache" excuse.
angel, May 21 2002
  

       I thought you were joking, but it will work, no wonder Alan Titchmarsh is always smiling.
IvanIdea, May 21 2002
  

       ...or why he writes a particular kind of fiction (see link).
mcscotland, May 21 2002
  
      
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