These hills are covered with various kinds of hardwoods including nineteen species of oak (not to mention several eyebrow-raising cross-breeds) hickory, maple, willow, poplar, basswood, black cherry etc. etc., a few softwoods like pine and red cedar, and untold wildflowers, vines, shrubs and weeds. In fact more different species of plants coexist here than in any other part of the world due to a situation that developed during the most recent Ice Age. There are over thirty-five hundred different species tussling for dominance over one another out there. You may find ferns and cacti growing on the same five-acre parcel when conditions are right, and you'll find that most any garden plant which gets its job done in a six-month growing season will prosper here

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