Superhero Science At Home: The Kitchen Science Cookbook by Dr Michelle Dickinson



  1. Fill each jar or glass with water (3/4 full) and add drops of food colouring (10-20 drops to ensure good colour saturation).
  2. Cut the stems of each flower ideally using craft knife to avoid crushing. Cut at 45-degree angle or split stem vertically about an inch.
  3. Place cut stems into different coloured water jars.
  4. Set aside and watch the flowers slowly absorb the coloured water and petals change colour.

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