Southwest Mississippi business idea: an Azalea-combing service.
Very soon after our glorious regional flora explode in color each spring, the flowers wilt and wither into a veil of brown, crusty snot.
The snot does not wash away in the rain. The heavy morning dew serves only to harden the crust so that it eventually encapsulates the shrub like a World War II German army helmet.
My idea is that someone could go around and take the snot-crust off the bushes so the new growth can emerge and flourish unimpeded.
This would be a good activity for lawn-care professionals whose season has not begun in earnest.