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Hydrangea
Fun fact Depending on what soil you
plant this
determines what the color
gonna be
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    • Me puking up my stomach acid to increase the soil’s pH level so I can get the color I want:
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    • My family has a hydrangea bush my mom planted when my parents got married and my dad hated the thing. So now they’re divorced and he wants to rip it up. But it’s grown so much that the roots have grown under the foundation of our house
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    • Its true! When we plant hydrangeas we follow a PH scale for about 5.6-6.5 to get blue hydrangeas you need to acidity your top layer of soil regularly for about a week to get it just right
      Zander 24 jul
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    • I read a murder mystery book and this was how the private eye figured out where the body was hidden
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    • If you plant rusty nails in the dirt next to the flowers they’ll turn blue! My great aunt has me help her do it when I visit her every year
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    • I need a soil color guide
      Mix0n 25 jul
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    • Hydrangeas are my favorite flower. they grow all over my neighborhood, it’s so fun to look at all the colors as you walk around.
      fezzik37 25 jul
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    • "Bury a body, lesson number one"
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    • Acidic soil, pine trees cause that, makes them blue. 💞
      missnay 25 jul
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    • It looks like the trix swirl yogurt
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    • Anyone else watch/read Sankarea?
      _suPa 25 jul
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    • I'll use my own shit for fertilizer and it will be black as night
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    • Me waiting for my daily micheal Myers comment
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    • That sentence hurt
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    • We normally have blue ones, but we got different mulch this year which made them pink. Adding coffee grounds to the soil will make it blue again tho.
      Joe00 25 jul
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    • Is that why mine are red? Oh wait, no they're just covered in blood... NVM
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    • If anybody wanted to know these flowers are called hydrangeas
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    • It’s about ph balance, I literally own a nursery, hit me up in ATL if you trying to make your yard pretty
      sarubbbi 27 jul
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    • Hydrangeas are wild. I love the summer crush ones and the basic bitch white
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    • It’s the soil pH.
      GraySea11 27 jul
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    • Rem Ram plant
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    • Me when I see my daily micheal Myers comment
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    • Mines black......and its screaming
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    • We had 1 of those outside my bedroom window it was purple
      _AD_ 25 jul
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    • Forbidden cotton candy
      Pretzhole 25 jul
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    • Miracle grow for brown
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    • I love hydrangeas
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    • Fun fact, niggas still can’t make a sentence worth reading.
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    • I use to have these in my front garden, but they produced so many spiders that my mother forced us to get rid of them.
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    • ive got blue ones, what flavor is my soil
      Kasagure 25 jul
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    • Mine are blue & white. 😊
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    • Those look really nice, I’d love to have some in my yard.
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    • I’m gonna piss on it
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    • Gonna have to get me some fresh magenta soil
      Nema 25 jul
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    • That’s why I piss on it
      ElonMusk 25 jul
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    • I completely misread it and thought "what the fuck does Hydreigon have to do with flowers"
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    • My weed grower does this but for flavor!
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    • Fun fact: I just shit my pants
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    • That’s great, but why is this featured
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    • red for deap people [xxxholic]
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    • We have hydrangeas in our garden. We got them for our grandma and grandpa shortly after they died every year they bloom in the spring and its like they are still there...
      PugLover4 25 jul
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    • Pink dirt
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    • This is true! Mine turned out brown in a few days!
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    • I want...I nEED..
      yanderegf 25 jul
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    • Idc
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    • I called these "snowball bushes" when I was a kid
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    • Fun fact! This mf can’t make a coherent sentence.
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    • I got a small one of these for Valentine’s Day, I recently replanted it and she’s doing great. :)
      Spira 25 jul
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    • brown soil makes it brown
      Vexati0n 25 jul
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    • That was grammatically atrocious
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    • "Water the fucking hydrangeas!" -Robert Downey Jr
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    • This is not true😂
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    • False, it’s cross pollination from bees, why tf would soil matter
      sylvia_t 25 jul
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    • Fun fact this won't get top comment
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    • who doesn’t fucking know this
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    • So mine are gunna be brown?
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    • Its pH all soil is the same
      Soymilk 28 jul
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    • That’s just a normal fact. Stop starting sentences with fun fact
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    • It’s actually the pH of the soil that determines the color
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    • No thats wrong it the chemicals that u give it
      lucis666 28 jul
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    • That's cool and all, but how do I change the color of my campfire?
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    • Coming from a homosapian that works at a hydrangea nursery, yes this is a fact, ph level can change the color.
      dankatron 28 jul
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    • They planted it in gay soil.
      Kormega 28 jul
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    • Fun fact, my dad trimmed the hydrangea stems in my yard too much causing them not to bloom for one summer. It caused a major fight between my stubborn dad and my insane mom for years and almost ended in a divorce. Hydrangea is now the code word for divorce between my siblings and I.
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    • Also known as a flower orge
      Da_boy21 28 jul
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    • i learned that from a random old lady at disney world
      u_rgay 28 jul
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    • Most flowers are like this due to the ph of the soil mostly
      bish18 28 jul
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    • What color does it turn when I plant it in dirt
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    • There was blood there lol
      D0geC0IN 27 jul
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    • Because of the acidity in the soil! More acid = more blue.
      amblob 27 jul
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    • If you put coffee grinds on the soil before you water it it turns purple
      itsamea 27 jul
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    • So what soil did you use!? Fruity Pebbles!? 💕😳
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    • These grow really beautifully in cape cod. They're everywhere.
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    • Did you know that these are poisonous and can be used to make the zombie potion
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    • Fun facts with terrible grammar, how fun!
      fucuff 27 jul
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    • Put some Epsom salts at the base for blue flowers.
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    • It depends on the amount of nitrogen in the soil depending on colour they get you can tell if the soil around the plant is acidic , basic or neutral
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    • Litmus plant. White becomes blue for base red for acid. I have one in my yard. If you reftilize with acid and base you get purple. No shit.
      sinajax 27 jul
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    • My roses do that. Sometimes they are a pretty pretty red, other times they look super brown and crunchy. Thats nature I guess
      Oszcan 27 jul
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    • These flowers, I like them. MoRE!
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    • I just figured that out last weekend
      Emmy1531 27 jul
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    • Aluminum sulfate, blue, rose food pink.
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    • Pretty!!!
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    • Was English this man's second language? Yikes
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    • yes we have these everywhere here in texas
      tsarkade 27 jul
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    • If I plant it in soul sand will it be blue
      abstr_ct 27 jul
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    • Lookin like little butterflies
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    • I've always wanted Hydrangas since I first saw them in Anime, same with Cherry Blossoms.
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    • I didn’t know that, thank you
      Fexfu 27 jul
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    • I have lavender color and periwinkle blue
      Dankkimo 27 jul
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    • Just like people 😎
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    • If the more acidic the soil then the soil at my house must be a base my grandmothers are always a shade of blue
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    • Gogurt
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    • Oh so like food coloring in water for plants?
      Randox 27 jul
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    • Lmao I’m pretty positive her name is femme fatale 2.0 because I was femme fatale
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    • Look at gangsta gardener over here, good for him
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    • The pH of the soil, more specifically
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    • They can also bring girls who have died from impalement back to life.
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