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Latin NameCommon NameFamilySynonymsEdibility RatingMedicinal Rating
Agapanthus africanusAfrican Lily, Lily of the nileAlliaceaeA. umbellatus. pro parte01
Agapanthus campanulatus AlliaceaeA. umbellatus. pro parte01
Agapanthus praecox minimus AlliaceaeA. umbellatus. pro parte11
Allium acuminatumHooker's Onion, Tapertip onionAlliaceae 32
Allium aflatunensePersian Onion, Ornamental OnionAlliaceae 22
Allium akaka AlliaceaeA. latifolium.32
Allium altaicum Alliaceae 32
Allium ampeloprasumWild Leek, Broadleaf wild leekAlliaceae 53
Allium ampeloprasum babingtoniiBabington's LeekAlliaceaeA. babingtonii.33
Allium angulare Alliaceae 32
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