Rainbow Queen Anne’s Lace.



We dyed some Queen Anne’s Lace last week to see how plants use their stems to move water. The boys put cut flowers in small bottles of red,  yellow, and blue food color dyed water (about 20 drops per bottle). The next morning I had an idea. I asked the boys what would happen if we switched the stems to different colored water the second day? They knew of course. We would enjoy a rainbow. 

One thought on “Rainbow Queen Anne’s Lace.

  1. My grandmother always grew Queen Anne’s Lace, I never thought about dying it. What a great idea, I’ll have to show this to my Daisy Scouts, I have done carnations but this is such more beautiful. Thanks for your post!

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