Once again, I don't have a clue what this attractive little plant is, so I'm putting it out there for you to identify. Good luck!
Why do Yukon succulents always have so many colours in them?
It's too bad I didn't get a picture of this plant a week or two ago, when the flowers would have been in better shape.
It looks like a sedum?
It is indeed a sedum. It's called Roseroot or Latin name Sedum integrifolium. The young leaves were traditionally eaten raw or boiled as greens. The plants become bitter and fibrous in late summer. When you cut or bruise the rhizome, it gives off the fragrance of roses - thus its name.
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