White cotton tops are a smart option for hot, humid climates. Lightweight cotton jeans and block-heeled sandals completed my very casual Sunday afternoon look.
If you’ve ever visited the south during the summer, you may have seen kudzu vines climbing, coiling, and trailing over everything in their wake. Did you know that its late summer blooms smell like grape Koolaid?
Kudzu was introduced from Japan to the United States at the Philadelphia Centennial Exposition in 1876 as an ornamental and a forage crop plant. The Civilian Conservation Corps and southern farmers planted kudzu to reduce soil erosion.
I found some of the information about kudzu on Wikipedia.