Flowers and weeds

Cleopatra 2020

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Got a couple weeds and some flowers I'm curious about from my yard...edible for my year and a half old leopard girl?
 

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queen koopa

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First one is purslane! Edible for tortoise. Also human I have heard, people add them to salads? I tried some once but it was a tad gooey ? Haha grows great here in Nevada whenever water finds it
 

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First one is purslane! Edible for tortoise. Also human I have heard, people add them to salads? I tried some once but it was a tad gooey ? Haha grows great here in Nevada whenever water finds it
So the round ones the size of a quarter are purslane? They look like edible succulent grows like crazy in my backyard here in Phoenix Arizona the other one looks like a succulent too but the leaves are shaped rectangular round and about three quarters of an inch long by a quarter of an inch wide
 

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So the round ones the size of a quarter are purslane? They look like edible succulent grows like crazy in my backyard here in Phoenix Arizona the other one looks like a succulent too but the leaves are shaped rectangular round and about three quarters of an inch long by a quarter of an inch wide
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This one 😀
 

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I did a few google image searches. BTW, for those of you who've never done one, it's not hard: Search with an image on Google. Any attempts to take a first cut at identifying your plants always appreciated (just sayin').

The purple flowers look like Mexican Petunia. I've ever seen one in real life, so there's that. Take a look at the pictures here and see what you think.
 

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[QUOTE="TisMary, post: 1957508, member: 132095"
The purple flowers look like Mexican Petunia. I've ever seen one in real life, so there's that. Take a look at the pictures here and see what you think.
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I could see that
 
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