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Trees and Bushes

Wood Aloe * Ammoniacum * Bestill * Bodhi * Boxwood * Buchu * Camphor * Cascara Sagrada * Cedar * Chaste Tree * China Berry * Chinchona * Cloves

Fruits and Nuts

Allspice * Almond * Apple * Apricot * Arbutus * Ash * Avocado * Balm of Gilead * Banyan * Barberry * Beech * Blueberries * Brazil Nut * Buckthorn * Caper * Cardamom * Carob * Cashew * Cherry * Chestnut

Edible Sap and Bark

Acacia * Alder * Aspen or Poplar * Benzoin * Birch * Cinnamon



"Weeds" and foliage

Agrimony * Alkanet * Asafetida * Aster * Avens * Bachelor's Buttons * Balmony * Betony * BleedingHeart * Bluebell * Boneset * Broom * Catsfoot * Centaury * Chamomile * Cinquefoil

Grains, Grasses, and Reeds

Alfalfa * Amaranth * Bamboo * Barley * Buckwheat * Calamus * Cattail

Fruit

Beans * Blackberry * Chili

Vegetables

* Althea * Alyssum * Asclepias * Bedstraw * Bistort * Bracken * Burnet * Butterbur * Cabbage * Celery * Chervil * Chickweed * Chicory

Root Vegetables

Beet * Burdock Carrot

Seasoning Herbs and Edible Flowers

Angelica * Anise * Arrowroot * Balm * Basil * Bay * Borage * Calamint * Caraway * Carnation * Catnip * Chrysanthemum



Tubers

Adam And Eve Root



Lilies

Adder's Tongue Lily * Ague Root * Aloe * Asphodel



Exotics

African Violet * Bromeliad * Cacti



Poisonois Herbs

Anemone * Belladonna * Bloodroot * Blue Flag * Fly Agaric * WoodAnemone * Briony * Castor * Celandine



Fungi

Fly Agaric



The Victorian Language of Flowers


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