Kudzu, Our Southern National Plant

The ubiquitous kudzu vine is a living fixture int the South of the USA and threatens to to engulf us all but is very attractive in an odd sort of way. I enjoy the forms it takes as it covers trees, etc and it provides a neat backdrop for runners.

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4 thoughts on “Kudzu, Our Southern National Plant

  1. Kudzu is a bit like the Blob…overtaking everything! Your shots show very well how dense it gets. Love your selectively colorful runner to break up the kudzu action. 🙂

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