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Search for: Labiatae
Latin NameCommon NameFamilySynonymsEdibility RatingMedicinal Rating
Acinos alpinusAlpine CalamintLamiaceae or LabiataeCalamintha alpinus. Satureia orontia.11
Acinos arvensisBasil ThymeLamiaceae or LabiataeA. thymoides. Calamintha acinos. Satureia acinos.21
Acinos rotundifolius Lamiaceae or LabiataeA. forminii. A. graveolens. Calamintha exigua. C. forminii. C. graveolens. (Bieb.)Benth.11
Agastache canaHoary Balm Of Gilead, Mosquito plantLamiaceae or LabiataeCedronella cana.20
Agastache foeniculumAnise Hyssop, Blue giant hyssopLamiaceae or LabiataeA. anethiodorum. (Nutt.)Britt.51
Agastache mexicanaMexican Giant HyssopLamiaceae or Labiatae 30
Agastache neomexicanaNew Mexico Giant Hyssop, Bill Williams Mountain giant hyssopLamiaceae or LabiataeA. pallidiflora neomexicana (Briq.)R.W.Sanders.31
Agastache rugosaKorean MintLamiaceae or Labiatae 43
Agastache urticifoliaGiant Hyssop, Nettleleaf giant hyssopLamiaceae or LabiataeA. glaucifolia. Lophanthus urticifolius.31
Ajuga australisAustralian BugleLamiaceae or Labiatae 01
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