A few year ago while on a salvage project in Maysville, Kentucky, I noted that all over town there were rows of day lillies. I grow them myself around the yard because they are delicious. I would walk through town and fill my pockets with the blossoms and saute them in butter to serve with dinner. I have often wondered why, with so many hungry and homeless people around, that more fruit bearing trees, nut bearing trees, and eatable flowers aren"t used in landscaping? Is it just that we are too greedy to allow a free food source to grow for everyone? What ever happened to the Johnny Appleseed philosophy? I have started carrying seeds with me for tomatoes, melons, okra, Corn, whatever I happen to find when I go to the garden center. I scatter these where they may voluntarily grow. Wouldn't it be amazing if watermelons took over like kudzu?