Just above the high tide mark on the beach I was walking today I found a few scattered Nodding Saxifrage (Saxifraga cernua). The pictures don't do it justice but I wanted to show this flower for, like Viviperous Knotweed, Nodding Saxifrage has a second reproductive strategy in addition to seeds. Nodding Saxifrage also propagates itself asexually by bulbets. The plant essentially produces little clones of itself which break off and, if soil and conditions are right, set root and grow into a plant.
This is the only photo in focus showing the flower, and it is a pretty, typical, saxifrage flower.
This shot I meant to show the bulbets, which are the reddish "buds" on the stem in the crook of the leaves. The cool thing about the photo though is until I blew it up, I never realized that there are tiny grains of sand stuck in the hairs on the stem of the flower.