I don't recall seeing this at Lincoln before, but I haven't been looking for it. It's certainly very rare.
Becoming very common along the street.
Miner's lettuce smothering the damp track sides in the upper section of the Harry Ell track to the Sign of the Kiwi. This must be considerable competition for other plants.
One wild plant in this back garden.
Claytonia perfoliata (miner's lettuce, winter purslane, or Indian lettuce; syn. Montia perfoliata) is a fleshy annual plant native to the western mountain and coastal regions of North America from southernmost Alaska and central British Columbia south to Central America, but most common in California in the Sacramento and northern San Joaquin valleys.