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Discussion in 'Pacific Northwest Native Plants' started by bpither, Mar 22, 2020.
Growing wild in White Rock March 22
Siberian miner's lettuce.
Thought so ... wasn't sure. Thanks
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.