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Value Frequency Percentage
Bees borage 1 7.69%
Lemon balm 1 7.69%
Let's get started! 1 7.69%
Pineapple weed 1 7.69%
An overgrown back garden 1 7.69%
Currant? 1 7.69%
Fennel 1 7.69%
Mallow 1 7.69%
Creeping blackberry 1 7.69%
narrow leaf plantain 1 7.69%
(Bitter?) Dock 1 7.69%
Evergreen huckleberry 1 7.69%
Oregon Grape 1 7.69%

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Value Frequency Percentage
These hearty berry bushes aren't prolific fruiters, but they can ripen berries in cold weather if they get good sun. 1 7.69%
All parts of this plant are edible 1 7.69%
Last year's seed heads make good tea in the winter time 1 7.69%
Poke, parsley, asparagus, and sunchoke. 1 7.69%
These native berry Vines can be distinguished from their invasive Himalayan cousins by their round stem and tendency to creep along the ground. 1 7.69%
We called this chamomile growing up, and made tea with it. 1 7.69%

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Value Frequency Percentage
1237407 7 53.85%
1235696 6 46.15%

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