..and the ever popular trick of dyeing Queen Anne's Lace by sticking the cut stems in a container of water and food coloring.
Of course, the flower is quite pretty in its natural state. But it's irresistible fun to watch osmosis at work.
It works within a few hours -- except when it doesn't. The stem I put in the red dye keeled over rather than osmose. So did its replacement.
Note to self: Avoid red food coloring.