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please help identify these plants

 
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These are in my 10 acre zone 5 accross my river
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I don't know about the first but second one looks as though it might be a sedum.
 
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Second one is sedum. It's a nice short groundcover that does well in in the sun with little water.
 
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Is it edible?
 
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