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Latin NameCommon NameEdibility RatingMedicinal Rating
Adonis vernalisPheasant's Eye, Spring pheasant's eye03
Ammi visnagaVisnaga. Khella. Bishop's Weed, Toothpickweed15
Iberis amaraRocket Candytuft, Annual candytuft12
Cinnamomum camphoraCamphor, Camphortree23
Crataegus laevigataMidland Hawthorn, Smooth hawthorn, English Hawthorn35
Convallaria majalisLily Of The Valley, European lily of the valley13
Leonurus cardiacaMotherwort, Common motherwort23
Cytisus scopariusBroom, Scotch broom, Common Broom13
Urginea maritimaSea Squill, Red squill03
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