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written by 4616599 on Oct 31, 2011 02:52
Malkom said:
Heh, my mistake... you have hit the nail on the head about common discussion topics in the chat frame though!
Of course, if only people like E_net4 were online for a day, we'd need a 1 MB chatlog for those things to pop out...say, discussing probability of these things is really boring.... does anyone know how to encourage the growth of blue hydrangeas?
written by Ted midnight on Oct 31, 2011 06:07
Hydrangeas' colours depend on the PH level of the soil. If you have more acidic soil, they tend to be pink. If your soil is more alkaline, they tend to be blue.

You can increase the PH by adding lye or decrease it by adding teabags.
ah didn't learn anything!
written by Selbio on Oct 31, 2011 06:36
Actually, most species of hydrangea are white regardless of soil pH, so the first step in growing blue hydrangeas is to select an appropriate species.
written by Ted midnight on Oct 31, 2011 16:55
Then you take your paint...
└> last changed by Ted midnight on October 31, 2011 at 17:39
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written by Malkom on Oct 31, 2011 19:25
...and paint over all the offtopic conversation
ah didn't learn anything!
written by Selbio on Nov 01, 2011 02:44
God, Malkom, don't be such a topic Nazi.

: P
written by Ted midnight on Nov 01, 2011 15:37
Selbio said:
Actually, most species of hydrangea are white regardless of soil pH, so the first step in growing blue hydrangeas is to select an appropriate species.
Said the botany Nazi.
ah didn't learn anything!
written by Selbio on Nov 01, 2011 17:32
You know who else quoted other people? Hitler. Hitler did.
written by Cryoburner on Nov 01, 2011 17:36
Perhaps "most species" of hydrangeas are white, but that doesn't necessarily mean "most hydrangeas". At least in gardens, the colored varieties are likely to be disproportionately popular.
i haz title: speed-g-dof
written by Speeder on Nov 01, 2011 17:37
Unless the garden owner prefers the white ones.

Or prefers smoking them.
written by Ted midnight on Nov 01, 2011 18:58
I believe the pink variety is the most popular, as proven by this photo.

http://anynowhere.com/bb/cdimage.php?name=cd/pngs/CPIet8NfcdNfkJ7i0TC31TC3MCt4.png
night fth
written by Ferinex on Nov 14, 2011 06:12
Of course, we all understand that one particular 'race' of hydrangea is clearly superior to the others. In fact, the race which is able to propagate in the widest range of settings should be protected from infection by the other, weaker, sub-races. In order to agree with the course nature demands, we must segregate the sub-races. Such vermin are a hindrance to the advancement of the Hydrangea genus. Victory at all costs! The ends always justify the means!
going nowhere fast...
written by Skinnymon on Nov 14, 2011 07:05
Heil Hydrangea!???

or does that bring us back around to the subject of this thread??? I'd hate to be accused of being "on topic"...

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written by Malkom on Nov 14, 2011 17:53
Skinnymon said:
or does that bring us back around to the subject of this thread??? I'd hate to be accused of being "on topic"...
He's being on topic! Get him, men! Nets!
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