Ship Flowers in Blocks of Ice (Nov, 1934)

Ship Flowers in Blocks of Ice
THANKS to a new method of preservation, flowers shipped from Australia to London survive the long trip and arrive in perfect condition.
The flowers are first placed in a mould which is then frozen, completely enclosing the blooms in a block of ice. Although often weeks old, the flowers retain their original beauty.

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  1. Casandro says: December 2, 20071:24 am

    Oh yes, that would work….. until someone melts the ice. After that they will rot preety quickly.

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