The territory of England is subdivided into some distinct parts: the South-East, the South-West, East Anglia, the Midlands, the Northern part of England.
The South-East lowland with gentle hills and a coast that is regular in outline; the most densely-populated region of England with only 11% of the land area of the country, but a third of the total population; housing, factories, offices and complex network of roads; a mild and sunny climate.
Crop The fertile brown soil is deeply cultivated, and most of Englands wheat is grown here; A quarter of the sugar used in the country comes from sugar-beet grown in the South-East, but the most important crop is still potatoes
Kent The county of Kent is known as the Garden of England as it produced a lot of fruit and vegetables for the whole of the country. 'The White Cliffs of Dover'
The South-West farming; manufacturing is centered on the three large ports: Bristol (aircraft), Portsmouth (Royal Navy) and Southampton (ship- building and oil-refining); the best beaches and surfing in England; the weather is usually warmer than in the rest of the country.