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Spraying with plant hormone - a second artifically-induced bloom? horticulturist 17/11/15(Wed)22:33 No. 53
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They spray peace lilies with plant hormone to induce blooming during an off-season, so that the plants can be sold faster.

If I buy plant hormone off Amazon and spray a solution with the correct ppm, can I start a *second* artificially-induced bloom?

I have heard stories where the plant does not bloom a second time, and so spraying the lily with plant hormone might be a way to combat this. I am not sure, though.

Any plant experts here?




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