-Chantry Flats, Sierra Madre, CA, USA
-It is common in the spring, and it prefers cool, damp conditions. It first appears in sunlit areas after the first heavy rains. Though, the best stands are found in shaded areas, especially in the uplands, into the early summer. As the days get hotter, the leaves turn a deep red color as they dry out.
-Cant believe they are edible
DOsent really live up to its name but it looked tasty since it was all bitten by little insects
Green color big wide leafs, and green seed grow inside leafs.
extremely short plant growing only a couple feet off the gorund.
-Found near a dried creek（the soil is still moist）
-Grow by itself
Miner's Lettuce growing in meadow adjacent to campground
Growing under a Monterey Cyprus right on a cliff overlooking the ocean.
round green leaves, in the middle of the leaf there are white flowers.
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.