Because its ridge and its blue, I think....
Usually in high places the weather is very cold, or just colder than usual.
fertile soil is found here.
The lnd type of virgina is a real good land .back then inn the colony time most peopele go there becuse of farming and that way pepople go to virginaand becuse of freedom ......................you are ugly if you are reading this ...........................................
the Piedmont Region, the Blue Ridge Region, the Ridge and Valley Region, and the Appalachian Plateau. Vegetation varies among these provinces and within them, depending on soil type, elevation, moisture and disturbances. those are the diffrent regions in Georgia that are vegetation.
By 'type', I am asking for answers like fold mountains, you know from how they formed.
cold windy and rainy.
palm,banana,guava,orange and the freshness of water and aroma of soil. merge with the beauty of mountains.
Appalachian soil is very fertile, and agriculture is a good source of income for people living in the Appalachians.
The Ozark mountains have very rocky soil. Only around rivers and creeks is it farmable. Furthermore the high iron content of the soil gives it a reddish hue.
Vermont has a state soil! It is called tunbridge. Vermont has mountains and rocky soil. It also has many slopes which make it difficult to grow crops.