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As for soil for the variety of plants you mention, I think you would be best served by first getting a soil test so that you know what you are dealing with, then talk with some locals that are growing the plants you are interested in ... in lieu of me trying to literally "guess" what might work for you. Don't be afraid to knock on a door and just ask if you you see someone growing your preferences.
Sorry, not on Skype but I guess I could be...just never thought of it. :)
If you use pine needles or any type of pine, you need to mow over them with a mulching mower to make them smaller. If you just put needles on top of your plants, it take 1 year for them to break down. Sometimes more, depending on the weather.
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