You’re strolling by the river near Wilmington, North Carolina… the scent in the air is somewhat fruity, almost grape-ish. Where is this scent coming from, you wonder?? All you can see is a thick, vine like plant.
Welcome to the world of the kudzu plant! Kudzu is actually an invasive species to the United State, earning the nickname, “The vine that ate the South”. But, at least it smells good, right?