I've been cleaning out the back of my lot over the last few days, which I'm happy to say I've let go over the last few years. I mean, this stuff was grown over, "jungle bad." Remember the song, "Battle of New Orleans," where they sang, "Ohhhhh, They ran through the briars and they ran through the brambles, And they ran through the places where a rabbit couldnt go....?" Well, they wrote that after visiting my back yard... I swear. Once I got it all cleared, I found a few nice surprises: Muscadine Classic SE U.S. staple. These are wild grapes, growing along the top of the side fence. You can kinda get a sense of it in the pic. Some fertilizer and judicious pruning and we'll have a nice arbor full of good fruit. Sassafrass Known as 'file' to dem Cajun folk in Loosianne, this is the plant of a hundred uses. Don't really know how to cultivate it, though. I do plan to turn it into loose topiary shrubs, as opposed to tall trees. :Berries Wild raspberries. Beauty cane here. Im going to train it around the tree on the tomato cages, trailing in and around the stand of sassafrass. This grows all over the yard, but this is the nicest one. Mixed in this area are a half dozen stands of wild rose, which Im going to train upwards, into small 'rose trees.' Garden fun.