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I found this in my front yard probably grew by previous owner. I am in Pacific Northwest.

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What is this plant? Do they grow larger or stay small like that? How fast do they grow to cover more ground?

They look very nice.

  • We really do no see a lot of details. For me (as European) it could be Sedum, Saxifraga, Sempervivum. Usually they remain small, just the flower stem could be much higher. But I let stormy or other people near you to identify it. If you can take a close up, it could help. – Giacomo Catenazzi May 29 at 8:06
  • What kind of light - full sun, part sun, or shade? It looks like it's growing in regular garden soil (or even forest duff). Is the soil well-drained? – Jurp May 30 at 2:55
  • This is in part sun. The soil is well drain garden soil – HP. Jun 2 at 6:28

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