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Second plant from other post asking for id and relocation.

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Iris GW

You don't say where you are and that's an important factor in identifying plants. Assuming you are in the Eastern part of the US, this is perhaps Lycopodium digitatum.

Difficult to transplant in part because it creeps along and people don't always actually get roots in their attempt to move it.

Here is a link that might be useful: USDA

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