Advertisement Some might have seen and remember this image: I let roaches and "whatever" clean up seeds sometimes, for example, pomegranates, passion vine, dragon fruit, kiwi, it works pretty well. But if the seeds are edible to the roaches, they will eat those also. I had 1000s of Dragon fruit seeds and threw them around, here are the seedlings in one pot, too bad they aren't cold hardy but it's just an example of what you can get from the grocery store. Yeah there are some hybrid stuff at the stores but it's mostly involved with the typical veggies at stores like melons, tomatoes(unless it says 'heirloom'), things like that. But with cacti, mangos, papaya, the more uncommon stuff at the store, you should be good to go. I have more passion vine seedling popping up. I don't know what the store species is, interesting to see if they produce some day. Oh yeah I have a few of these popping up, any idea what they are? It's kinda gross but here's what happened. At the end of a street, I saw a plant that had caught my attention every time I drove by it. I had been growing a couple of tomatillo plants and realized that plant I'd been driving by was a tomatillo plant, so I stopped and put it in the back of my truck along with the dirt it was in, in a trash bag it was in. I got it home, "Hey that dirt is cow manure." Then I realized that the "dirt" was probably from a composting toilet from something like a work site, so I've been growing doodoo tomatillos haha. Whatever this plant is, just makes sense it's something edible for obvious reasons. What do you think it is?