A fast-growing vine native to Asia, which has become an invasive species in many parts of the southeastern United States, known for its ability to quickly cover and smother other plants.
From japanese kuzu, which means "vine", it is a invasive plant species from asia.
- The kudzu vine was quickly covering the fence and the trees.
- Kudzu is a invasive plant species that can grow up to 60 feet in one season.
- Kudzu is known to smother other plants and trees in its path.
- The kudzu vine was originally brought over to the US to control soil erosion but it quickly became an invasive species.
- Kudzu is often considered a pest because of its aggressive growth habit.