Future looks rosy for Dutch inventor

November 20, 1998

Dutch inventor Wilhelmus Hofstede has come to the aid of partying romantics, developing a new method of creating multicolour roses. His method, for which he has applied for a European patent, means he can change the colour of all or parts of flowers. Petals of alternating colours are apparently possible.

From Chemistry and Industry.

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