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Latin NameCommon NameFamilySynonymsEdibility RatingMedicinal Rating
Aphananthe aspera UlmaceaeCeltis muka. Homoioceltis aspera. Prunus aspera.10
Prunus africanaPygeumRosaceaePrunus crassifolia (Hauman) Kalkman Pygeum africanum Hook.f. Pygeum crassifolium Hauman05
Prunus alabamensisAlabama CherryRosaceaeP. serotina alabamensis. (Mohr.)Little. Padus alabamensis. (C.Mohr.)Small.21
Prunus alleghaniensisAllegheny Plum, Davis' plumRosaceae 31
Prunus americanaAmerican Plum, American Wild Plum, Wild PlumRosaceae 32
Prunus americana lanata RosaceaeP. lanata. (Sudw.)Mack.&Bush.31
Prunus andersoniiDesert PeachRosaceae 22
Prunus angustifoliaChickasaw Plum, Watson's plum, Hally Jolivette CherryRosaceaeP. chicasa.31
Prunus angustifolia watsoniiSand PlumRosaceaeP. watsonii. Sarg.41
Prunus apetalaClove CherryRosaceaeP. crassipes. Koidz.21
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