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Its an granite hill and not so easy blown away, but it have already natural
that i can plant in. I occupied a 5 square meter terass last summer and
filled it
with iris sibirica seedlings.
one part was a little too steep and dry, the TB didnt do well there, and
the soil there
was pretty sour. How sour soil can a TB take? what is the ideal PH?

My house lot is bigger then average, cause its an old area and its not
planned yet.
there are many summer houses and empty house lots.
When planned most house lots are about 1600 square meter in the suburbs.
Closer to town its more normal to have house lots of 500 square meter.

> Fren: Jeff and Carolyn Walters <cwalters@digitalpla.net>
> Till: Multiple recipients of list <iris-l@rt66.com>
> Dmne: Re: intro
> Datum:  den 1 februari 1998 07:04
> Gunnar Andersson writes:
> > 
> > Ohhh.....I just loved to hear that, I was worried I had got myself to
> many
> > Iris.   7200 <g>   :-)
> > 
> > I can still buy 7000, great.... when does shreiners catalog come?
> > 
> > Will it not even get bigger if I flatten it out?  I have an hight
> > differense of 50 feet.
> No, Gunnar, do not flatten it out! With that much relief you have even
> area to plant iris than if your ground was flat - maybe as many as 300
> and you could then have 7500 total! Besides, you don't have to worry
> planting the short ones in front and the tall ones in back if you are on
> hillside.
> Oddly enough, though I live in the Rocky Mountains and can look out my
> windows to the East and West and see peaks 5000 feet(1600 meters) above
> head, my own garden is as flat as a table top.
> Jeff Walters in northern Utah  (USDA Zone 4, Sunset Zone 2)
> cwalters@digitalpla.net

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