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Latin NameCommon NameFamilySynonymsEdibility RatingMedicinal Rating
Deinanthe bifida Hydrangeaceae 10
Deutzia scabraFuzzy pride-of-rochester, DeutziaHydrangeaceaeD. crenata. Sieb.&Zucc.10
Dichroa febrifugaChinese Quinine, DichroaHydrangeaceae 03
Hydrangea anomalaHydrangeaHydrangeaceaeH. altissima. Wallich.31
Hydrangea arborescensSeven Barks, Wild hydrangea, Ashy Hydrangea, Snowhill Hydrangea, Smooth HydrangeaHydrangeaceaeHydrangea vulgaris13
Hydrangea asperaHydrangeaHydrangeaceae 10
Hydrangea hirta Hydrangeaceae 10
Hydrangea macrophyllaFrench hydrangea , Florist's Hydrangea, Bigleaf HydrangeaHydrangeaceaeH. maritima.32
Hydrangea paniculataPanicled hydrangea, Hybrid Hydrangea, PeeGee Hydrangea, Panicle HydrangeaHydrangeaceae 12
Hydrangea serrataHydrangea, Mountain Hydrangea, Sawtooth HydrangeaHydrangeaceaeH. macrophylla acuminata.20
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