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Latin NameCommon NameFamilySynonymsEdibility RatingMedicinal Rating
Ipomopsis aggregataSkyrocket, Scarlet giliaPolemoniaceaeGilia aggregata. (Pursh.)Spreng.12
Ipomopsis congestaBallhead ipomopsisPolemoniaceaeGilia congesta01
Navarretia squarrosaSkunk Weed, SkunkbushPolemoniaceaeGillia squarrosa.10
Phlox divaricataWild blue phloxPolemoniaceaeP. divaricata f. divaricata. P. divaricata var. divaricata00
Phlox nivalisPine phlox, Trailing phloxPolemoniaceaeP. nivalis f. nivalis. P. nivalis var. nivalis00
Phlox paniculataGarden Phlox, Fall phlox, Perennial Phlox, Tall Phlox, Summer PhloxPolemoniaceae 00
Phlox stoloniferaCreeping phloxPolemoniaceaeNo synonyms are recorded for this name.00
Phlox subulataMoss phloxPolemoniaceaeP. subulata var. subulata. P. subulata f. subulata00
Polemonium caeruleumJacob's Ladder, CharityPolemoniaceae 02
Polemonium reptansAbcess Root, Greek valerianPolemoniaceaeP. humile. Salisb.02
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