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Re: Re: CULT: How to dry out bed?

I have used newspaper between rows and then grass clippings  to hold it down 
and keep in the moisture as well to use up the clippings - that is for 
  for irises, I use newspaper under the weedcloth as an extra barrier for the 
weeds.  For the iurises that need more wetness (Rebloomers and especially 
siberians and JIs ) I use newspapers around them and then mulch.  However 
this year has been an exception, the heavens are supplying the extra, extra 
wetness!  Rosalie nr Baltimore USA  zone 7?  (so I have been told)  

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