The work explores a particular type of weed photographed and dyed in vibrant green in the After the Flood series. A noxious weed, Common Ivy, climbs and entangles itself onto trees, suffocating them of sunlight and nutrients. In this room installation, layers of weeds are peeled off existing trees and shrubs. They are then positioned in clusters of varying density. Some clusters were more treacherous to remove from their host while others were easily lifted. The former type would reveal its host plant in phantom form, while the latter would appear more delicate. Stray tendrils on the floors are weighted down with shards of found concrete.