I had posted a picture of this plant last fall, but don't think we ever came up with a solution? I tried to overwinter one, but it quickly dried up and died. Here is a new one - it's a bit thick - almost succulent, but not really?
This is growing at the base of a pyracanthra that I cut back drastically this spring as it was pretty barren. Any idea?
The no clue plant is wild mustard. The third picture is a legume of some sort. I am not familiar with plants that are native to that area, but looking for legumes should help. I grow scarlet runner beans that look like that.
"We do not inherit the earth from our ancestors, we borrow it from our children." -- Native American Proverb