Plants in Antony and Cleopatra

Figs: long life better than [1.2.32-35]; three Act V mentions;

Grape: [2.7.19-144], [5.2.337-339].

Mandrake: mandragora as sleeping potion, [1.5.3-7].

Myrtle: [3.12.9-12],

Olive: peace symbol, [4.6.5-7];

Onion: tears living in [1.2.183-186];

Pine: [4.12.1-4]; [4.12.26];

Reed: [2.7.11-13].

Rose: of youth [3.13.25-30]; blown rose, [3.13.45-47];

Vine: [2.7.19-144]:

Weeds: when our quick minds lie still [1.2.121-123];

Wheat: “measures of wheat to Rome,” [2.6.45];

General References: berry, hedge, bark and trees [1.4.68-73]; “flower-soft”, [2.2.255-259]; flowers, [4.14.63-64]; ill-rooted plants, [2.7.1-3]; grain [2.7.22-24]; garland [1.2.5.] and [3.1.12], [4.15.74-76]; trees, [3.6.57-59], [4.14.3-10];

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