Saturday, December 03, 2005

AP Dec 3 - AMSTERDAM, Netherlands - A Dutch company began selling "Glowing Flowers" — freshly cut glow-in-the-dark roses and chrysanthemums — on Friday in what it claimed was a first.
The flowers appear white in regular light but emit an eerie green glow for several hours in the dark, FloraHolland BV said in a statement.

They are sprayed with an invisible chemical that is not harmful to the flowers or people, the company said.


Wow, what a great idea. I really want some of these. But just think about all the other things this "spray" could be used on. I would love to spray myself and walk around as a "glow in the dark" Michael.