Most of the time this can be a pain, with weeds popping up where they really shouldn't and trees taking root whilst your back is turned.
However, every now and again you can get lucky ( although I think the chances probably increase the closer you live to hedgerows and rural lanes). The other day I was admiring my lovely apples when I something caught my eye, partially hidden out of reach on the top of the wall. If you look just to the right of centre in this photo you should spot a blurry patch of black and red up against the wall at the back.
It was like a glistening jewel and I was like a naughty magpie. Fruit that I did not plant but which I would be more than happy to plunder! And I bet these weren't deposited by a bloody pigeon. More like a giving robin I reckon. And further along the wall are more! But there is a problem...
I can't actually reach them.
Maybe I should give up my gardening and just turn it in to a rock venue like these guys