We have in our garden a small amount of bloody pearlwort - it is a nuisance and is probably known as bloody pearlwort by many other gardeners too. We only have a small amount because Chris is constantly weeding it out, otherwise the crevices between our stone slabs would be choked by it. I notice that a great deal of it grows on the bowling greens at Byfield, Northants, and it probably does so elsewhere.
Its posh name is Procumbent Pearlwort, Sagina procumbens, and despite looking vaguely like a moss is in fact a flowering plant and a member of the Pink Family, Dianthaceae.
Procumbent Pearlwort in our back garden at Stefen Hill, Daventry.
15 June, 2017