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Latin NameCommon NameFamilySynonymsEdibility RatingMedicinal Rating
Alliaria petiolataGarlic MustardBrassicaceae or CruciferaeA. officinalis. Erysimum alliaria. Sisymbrium alliaria.32
Arabidopsis thalianaThale Cress, Mouseear cressBrassicaceae or CruciferaeArabis thaliana.01
Arabis alpinaAlpine Rock Cress, Alpine rockcressBrassicaceae or Cruciferae 20
Arabis caucasicaRock Cress, Wall RockcressBrassicaceae or CruciferaeA. albida.20
Arabis hirsutaHairy rockcress, Mountain rockcress, Creamflower rockcressBrassicaceae or Cruciferae 10
Arabis lyrataRock Cress, Kamchatka rockcress, Lyrate rockcressBrassicaceae or Cruciferae 10
Arabis pendula Brassicaceae or CruciferaeA. subpendula.10
Arabis sagittata Brassicaceae or Cruciferae 10
Arabis serrata Brassicaceae or Cruciferae 10
Armoracia rusticanaHorseradish, Red ColeBrassicaceae or CruciferaeArmoracia armoracia. Armoracia rustica. Cardamine armoracia. Rorippa armoracia.33
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