If you read my Jan. 15 post, you know I’ve recently become an enthusiast of chickweed, an edible wild green that’s been taking over my garden beds since last autumn and tastes superb! There’s another little plant that’s made a good showing in the garden, but I’m having a hard time finding its name or information about it. Thinking it might be an early stage of winter cress, I tried a few leaves, and they do have a mustard zing to them. But they’re much smaller than the photographs I’ve seen of winter cress, as well as having a purple base and tiny white flowers, rather than yellow. Do any of you readers know the identity of this ubiquitous little plant?