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Latin NameCommon NameFamilySynonymsEdibility RatingMedicinal Rating
Berchemia flavescens Rhamnaceae 20
Berchemia lineata RhamnaceaeRhamnus lineatus.21
Berchemia racemosa Rhamnaceae 20
Ceanothus americanusNew Jersey Tea, Wild SnowballRhamnaceae 33
Ceanothus arboreusCatalina Mountain Lilac, Feltleaf ceanothusRhamnaceae 00
Ceanothus cuneatusBuckbrush, Sedgeleaf buckbrush, Monterey ceanothusRhamnaceaeRhamnus cuneatus.21
Ceanothus divergensCropleaf Ceanothus, Calistoga ceanothusRhamnaceaeC. prostratus divergens.00
Ceanothus fendleriFendler's CeanothusRhamnaceae 21
Ceanothus impressusSanta Barbara CeanothusRhamnaceaeC. dentatus impressus. (Trel.)Trel.00
Ceanothus integerrimusDeer BrushRhamnaceae 21
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