Viewer Comments #4 - Final tour of my garden

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  • [ – ] Calibri_Funtimes reply NERDGASM!!! XD Your commentary regarding my channel just tickled me pink! Bright pink! Neon pink! Love your channel--thank you for sharing your life with the world! You're AWESOME!!
  • [ – ] November_Fox reply I too am originally from Georgia. However, it was the intense heat that caused me to want to leave. I honestly hate being there and only return to see my family about once a year.
    • [ – ] Y2JayDoesAsia parent reply Georgia has KUDZU!!!!!! And everybody hates kudzu right?
      • [ – ] November_Fox parent reply I have no idea what Kudzu is. I actually had to Google it to find out what it was. So invasive plants or not, I left because I'm not a hot climate kind of person. That's why I left as soon as I found the means to. Other than my family, the only good things to come from that state are Vidalia onions, Coke Cola being invented there, and Jeff Foxworthy was born there.
        • [ – ] theoldsparrow parent reply He's right. There is a ton of Kudzu here and you can actually watch it grow at how fast it can proliferate. It will destroy the sides of houses and decks because it will root with its runners into anything. Nasty stuff. I'm thoroughly enjoying Georgia. I've lived here for six years now. I like a warm climate and am not one for snow so I guess we just have different preferences.
          • Y2JayDoesAsia parent reply I found out about Kudzu because I watch The Walking Dead and the early seasons of the show were set in and filmed in Georgia. The fast growing nature of Kudzu makes for a good "post apocalyptic look" (ie- seeing vegetation overgrowing everything). Like if the filmmakers needed a set where there's an old truck covered in Kudzu, just plant the truck there in a Kudzu patch, return a few weeks later and the truck will be covered.
  • [ – ] theoldsparrow reply You definitely have put in the work for that beautiful garden. Are those chardonnay grapes on the vine? I'll be planting this weekend in my raised beds if I don't procrastinate til the next weekend. :P Spring is here.
    • [ – ] Y2JayDoesAsia parent reply there's 2 types of grapes, actually 2 vines along that fence. 1 is seedless 1 is not, that's all I know really
      • theoldsparrow parent reply They look like chardonnay grapes. I thought you might be into making wine. New Zealand is supposed to have a good climate for making wine.
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