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Getting Ready

I have just dug an area that will become a raised bed, raised above the 
clay type soil here, and will be getting ready for iris, among other 
plants.  I'd like to plant a variety of types, sizes, and colors.  What I 
would like to know is what I need to do to prepare for the iris, I don't 
think anything special other than following good gardening practices.  I'd 
also like to hear some suggestions for this area, Loudoun County, VA, about 
25 miles out of DC.  Closest I can figure is the USDA zone is 6 or 7.

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