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Greetings from Puerto Rico,
I did found a post on Facebook where someone posted a picture of some sort of purslane and I discovered saw a picture on this site similar to the one I saw on Facebook. The point is that I wanted to post the picture but since I am new and don't know how to upload that picture because I don't see that option on this place. Please help me out with this matter. I just want to know if this is Purslane or something similar to it.
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Purslane or something else?
Purslane or something else?
 
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Hi Wilberto. Welcome to permies.

At the bottom of the window where you type a post there is a tab labeled "attachments". That is one way to add pictures. If it's a picture from online somewhere you can use the IMG button in the row to the right of your name.
 
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Thanks, I finally figured out.
 
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It looks like sea purslane.   I do not believe they are related but are also edible.  Taste salty...
 
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