Purslane, Portulaca oleracea is edible. High in water content, this succulent plant is delicious and nutritious. The leaves, stem, flowers, and seeds are edible raw, or cooked like spinach, or added to soups. Medicinally good for topical burns, bites, bruises, bleeding. Purslane has the highest omega-3 fatty acids than any other leafy vegetable. It is loaded with vitamins and minerals. Grows on disturbed ground and between sidewalk cracks. I love eating this plant and see it everywhere I go.