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Nick, did I miss what state and USDA zone you are in?  I'm "dying" to know 
with all those plans you have, and the kind of irises you are planting!  I 
have grown all kinds andd they have not questioned my pH -- and it varies in 
diffeent spots in the garden, so I got tired of trying to accommodate so 
didn't bother with the pH and they all survived beautifully until it was time 
to move the Japanese and they did not remain happy in prevuiously-used  soil 
by Japanese  But that is par for the course with Japanese and soon I ran out 
of  garden-space that hadd not previously grown Japapnese, so - since I felt 
I needed to cut back,. I eliminated JIs -- but they are SO beautiful - I miss 
them!   Roisalie nr Baltimore USA zone 7  ryfigge@aol.com

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