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Latin NameCommon NameFamilySynonymsEdibility RatingMedicinal Rating
Aciphylla colensoiWild SpaniardApiaceae or Umbelliferae 20
Aciphylla squarrosaSpeargrassApiaceae or Umbelliferae 20
Aegopodium alpestre Apiaceae or Umbelliferae 10
Aegopodium podagrariaGround Elder, Bishop's goutweed, Goutweed, Ground Elder, Bishop's WeedApiaceae or Umbelliferae 32
Aethusa cynapiumFool's ParsleyApiaceae or Umbelliferae 11
Ammi majusBishop's Weed, Large bullwort, Queen Anne's Lace, Bishop's FlowerApiaceae or Umbelliferae 13
Ammi visnagaVisnaga. Khella. Bishop's Weed, ToothpickweedApiaceae or UmbelliferaeAmmi dilatatum. Apium visnaga. Carum visnaga. Daucus visnaga.15
Anethum graveolensDillApiaceae or UmbelliferaePeucedanum graveolens.43
Angelica acutilobaDong Dang GuiApiaceae or UmbelliferaeA. ibukicola. Ligustrum acutilobum. Sieb.&Zucc. L. ibukicola. Sium triternatum.21
Angelica anomala Apiaceae or Umbelliferae 02
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