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Latin NameCommon NameFamilySynonymsEdibility RatingMedicinal Rating
Aspidistra elatiorAspidistra, Cast Iron PlantConvallariaceaeA. lurida. A. punctata.02
Clintonia borealisBluebeardConvallariaceaeSmilacena borealis.21
Clintonia udensis ConvallariaceaeC. alpina.20
Clintonia umbellulataSpeckled Wood Lily, White clintoniaConvallariaceaeC. umbellata. Smilacena borealis umbellata20
Convallaria keiskeiLily Of The ValleyConvallariaceaeC. japonica. C. majalis. non L. C. majalis keiskei. (Miq.)Maxim. C. majalis mandschurica.10
Convallaria majalisLily Of The Valley, European lily of the valleyConvallariaceaeConvallaria bracteata. Convallaria fragrans. Convallaria latifolia. Polygonatum majale.13
Liriope graminifoliaLilyturfConvallariaceae 21
Liriope minor Convallariaceae 21
Liriope muscariLilyturf, Big blue lilyturf, Border Grass, Blue Lilyturf, LiriopeConvallariaceaeL. platyphylla.21
Liriope spicataLily Turf, Creeping liriope, Creeping LilyturfConvallariaceae 21
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