I recently moved from my apartment and had to abandon my vegtable garden. My new place has a front porch with very little light. I'm attempting some greens, but the lack of planting space has me eyeing a local public park. I have an idea to collect seeds and cuttings from local native edibles and sewing them in secluded areas of the park. My thoughts: 1.The native plants, being adapted to the climate, will be relitively low maitanance and--if I choose correctly--able to tolerate low light. 2. The plants will blend with the lanscape and be less likely to attract attention (read: destruction). 3. Being native, the plants will have little impact on the enviornment. The park is a sort of faux-wilderness. It was clearly plowed under many years ago and re-planted to look like a sparse forest--unfortunatly nearly devoid of the edibles I'm after. What I want to know is: Has anyone attempted anything like this? If so, do you have any tips or suggestions? -and- What haven't I thought about? I worry that screwing with the way plants have placed themselfes might be enviournmentaly hazerdos, native or not.