Wild plant ID Please

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  1. bpither

    bpither Active Member

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    Growing wild in White Rock March 22
     

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  2. Ron B

    Ron B Paragon of Plants 10 Years

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    Siberian miner's lettuce.
     
  3. bpither

    bpither Active Member

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    Thought so ... wasn't sure. Thanks
     
  4. Margot

    Margot Well-Known Member

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    Those growing wild in my garden haven't quite flowered yet but I'm pulling them up frantically, knowing how prolifically they self-seed - both Claytonia siberica and C. perfoliata (Miners' Lettuce). Both are edible but the scrawny specimens in my garden don't look very appetizing to me.
     

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