Abadoned Kudzu Plant Covered Building

The kudzu vine originates in east Asia and can grow more than 6.5 feet a week. Its starchy roots plunge deep into the soil, and just a fragment of the plant remaining in the ground is enough to allow it to come back next season.

Where it occurs as an invasive species it is considered a noxious weed that climbs over trees or shrubs and grows so rapidly that it kills them by heavy shading.

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Few buildings are abandoned and allowed to be taken over by vegetation. However, in places that are susceptible to being engulfed by kudzu, caretakers give up and allow nature to take its course. Check out the following pictures of this abandoned factory in the Saga prefecture of Japan.

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