Is this purslane?
Last night, I was looking for purslane seeds after reading about how healthy it is. I'd seen pictures and such, but for some reason, I never thought I'd actually have it growing in my own yard, so I totally disregarded the fact that I had what looks exactly like purslane growing up through the cracks in between the bricks in my backyard.
It dawned on me this morning, as I went out to harvest, what was potentially growing right there, without the need to purchase seeds!
So my question is this, does this look like purslane to you? And if it does, how hardy is it, and how deep do the roots go? I'd like to rip out the few plants I have and see if I can pot them, but I don't want to kill them.