(S) Useful Plants

(S) Useful Plants

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S32 Alliums. (V10/2).
S02 Alnus glutinosa – Alder. (V1/1).
S25 Alnus rubra – Red alder. (V8/1).
S37 Asclepias – the milkweeds.
S30 Basketry plants. (V10/1).
S22 Basketry willows. (V6/1).
S11 Berberis spp. – Barberries. (V3/2).
S05 Betula pendula – Silver birch. (V2/1).
S41 Calycanthus – American allspice. (V11/3).
S27 Caragana arborescens – Siberian pea tree. (V8/4).
S42 Carpobrotus edulis – Hottentot fig. (V11/4).
S38 Cork & cork oaks. (V11/2).
S07 Edible tree saps. (V2/3).
S17 Elaeagnus species. (V4/3).
S33 Eleutherococcus senticosus – Siberian ginseng. (V10/2).
S47 Fibre sources from bark. (V13/3).
S31 Fragaria: Strawberry species. (V10/2).
S19 Fraxinus excelsior – Ash. (V5/2).
S06 Gaultheria species. (V2/2).
S14 Gleditsia triacanthos – Honey locust. (V3/4).
S24 Hovenia dulcis – Japanese raisin tree. (V8/1).
S03 Juniper. (V1/3).
S34 Juniperus: The junipers. (V10/3).
S46 Lime bast cordage. (V13/3).
S44 Metasequioa glyptostroboides – dawn redwood (V12/4).
S18 Mycorrhizas. (V4/4).
S21 Myrica species – Bayberries. (V6/1).
S20 Panax spp. – Ginseng. (V5/3).
S12 Phormium tenax – New Zealand flax. (V3/2).
S28 Populus: The poplars (V 8/4).
S40 Pueraria lobata – Kudzu. (V11/3).
S26 Rhus species – the Sumachs. (V8/2).
S08 Robinia pseudoacacia – Black locust. (V2/3).
S39 Sequioa: The North American Redwoods (V11/2).
S16 Soap plants. (V4/3).
S13 Sorbus aucuparia – Rowan. (V3/2).
S35 Strawberries. (V10/3).
S10 Sycamore. (V3/1).
S43 Taxus – the yews (V12/2).
S15 Taxus baccata – Yew. (V4/2).
S04 Tilia cordata – Small leaved lime. (V1/4).
S23 Tilia platyphyllos – Large leaved lime. (V6/2).
S09 Ulmus glabra – Wych elm. (V2/4).
S45 Urtica dioica – the nettle. (V13/3).
S36 Viburnums. (V10/4).
S29 Vitex agnus castus – Chaste tree. (V9/2).
S01 Zanthoxylum spp. – temperate pepper trees. (V1/1).