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Re: Well, it's wet.....beautyberry

In a message dated 11/8/06 6:31:53 AM, TeichFlora@aol.com writes:

> I was just rather surprised that Jim was able to grow it in his area, 
> obviously their soil is more acidic than ours here.

Noreen, we do not have acidic soil but usually within the 6 - 7.5 range.   We
do not have sandy soil either but clay however mine has been amended.   My
garden is more of a zone 4 than 5 and it is located on the open west side of
lot within the dripline of a Linden.

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