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Latin NameCommon NameFamilySynonymsEdibility RatingMedicinal Rating
Dudleya edulisMission Lettuce, FingertipsCrassulaceaeCotyledon edulis. (Nutt.)Brewer.&Wats. Echeveria edulis. Stylophyllum edulis.30
Dudleya lanceolataLanceleaf LiveforeverCrassulaceaeCotyledon lanceolata. Echeveria lanceolata.10
Dudleya pulverulentaChalk Lettuce, Chalk dudleyaCrassulaceaeCotyledon pulverulenta. (Nutt.)Brewer.&Wats. Echeveria pulverulenta20
Jovibarba soboliferaHen And Chickens HouseleekCrassulaceaeSempervivum soboliferum.20
Orostachys japonicaRock PineCrassulaceae 02
Rhodiola rhodanthaQueen's Crown, Redpod stonecropCrassulaceaeSedum rhodanthum. A.Gray.10
Rhodiola roseaRose RootCrassulaceaeSedum rhodiola. S. rosea. (L.)Scop.23
Rhodiola tibetica CrassulaceaeSedum tibeticum. Hook.f.&Thom.10
Sedum acreCommon Stonecrop, Goldmoss stonecrop, Gold Moss SedumCrassulaceae 12
Sedum aizoonSedumCrassulaceae 11
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