Distribution: Coastal Alaska, south along the coast to Oregon
Habitat: Mostly in coastal bogs
Origin: Both native and introduced populations
Conservation Status: Not of concern
Glabrous, succulent perennial, the stems becoming decumbent, often rooting at the nodes.
Leaves mostly basal, long-petiolate, the blades rounded-reniform, 4-6 cm. long and broad; cauline leaves usually 2, much reduced, short-petiolate.
Flowers usually solitary; sepals usually 5, yellow, oblong-elliptic; petals none; stamens numerous; pistils 5-10.