Lamium album. Lamium purpureum.

Lamium album Linn. Labiatae. Archangel. Dead-Nettle. Dumb-Nettle.

Europe and the Orient. The young leaves are boiled in the spring and eaten as greens by the common people of Sweden.

Lamium purpureum. Linn. Archangel. Red Dead-Nettle.

Europe, northern Asia and naturalized as a weed in some places in the United States. The red dead-nettle, or archangel, is eaten in Sweden as greens in spring.

Sturtevant's Edible Plants of the World, 1919, was edited by U. P. Hedrick.