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Latin NameCommon NameEdibility RatingMedicinal Rating
Achillea millefoliumYarrow, Boreal yarrow, California yarrow, Giant yarrow, Coast yarrow, Western yarrow, Pacific yarrow34
Allium cepaOnion, Garden onion53
Allium cepa aggregatumPotato Onion43
Allium cepa ascalonicumShallot53
Allium cepa proliferumTree Onion53
Aloe veraAloe Vera, Barbados aloe, First Aid Plant, Medicinal Aloe15
Asplenium scolopendriumHart's Tongue Fern02
Avena sativaOats, Common oat33
Calendula officinalisPot Marigold, Common Marigold, Scotch Marigold, Ruddles, Pot Marigold35
Capparis spinosaCaper,Common Caper, Caper Bush23
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