Ever now and then I randomly spread out seed as they come available. this has included - paw-paw - I currently have about 5 seedlings, two of which I have transplanted to a better spot, 3 will follow.. I just broadcast the seed by throwing it around straight out of the fruit. - rock mellon - I have a good looking plant growing in amongst my pigeon pea - pumpkin - I always seem to have pumpkin growing somewhere, with great success, this is part from the compost and partly from random seed spreading activities. - honey dew melon in the lawn (i didn't plant those, they must have jumped out when I took the compost to the bin) -beans - when it was raining I walked around and pushed some bean seeds in, on the nature strip, and in other "non-vegie garden" areas - they have come up but are yet to get big. It seems to havea couple of benefits: -Free plants (when seeds come out of fruit etc) -Plants grow where they are comfortable and are more likely to be productive - Where my better half might not be happy with me planting 5 paw-paws, it is OK for me to transplant ones that have "come up". I guess you could call this Guerrilla Gardening, but it's in my own backyard! Anyone else doing successful Guerrilla-Home-Gardening?