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hi, i have this big clay pot. which has a pine from the himalayas in it. this tree is a beautiful 12 year old. so in the pot there is this creeper like plant with fat succulent resembling leaves. i dont know how it got there, it started with tiny offshoots and before i knew it had taken almoast all of the pot. it also blooms tiny pinkish red flowers which look like toothbrush bristles.
soo pls pls help me identify it i want to put my tree in the ground below and that means repotting the creeper...i need its name to figure out what i should do with it
A friend recently gave me this plant and said she has had it for years in southern Middle Tennessee. It is a perennial ground cover with a tiny yellow flower that blooms in the spring (April-May). The blooms stand on stalks that shoot up about 8 to 10 inches tall. She said the foliage will stay green all through the summer. Can anyone identify it?