Plants In Romeo and Juliet

Dates: [4.4.1-2]. Fennel: buds of [1.2.26-30]. Hazelnut: as chariot [1.4.53-71], [3.1.16-24]. Mandrake: [4.3.45-54]. Medlar: [2.1.33-36]. Pear: [2.1.37-38]. Pomegranate: [3.5.1-5]. Quince: [4.4.1-2]. Sycamore: [1.1.121-126]. Rose: [2.2.43-44]; [4.1.99-101]; old cakes of [5.1.37-52]. Rosemary: [2.4.212-219]; [4.5.80-84]. Wormwood: [1.3.24-32]. Yew: [5.5.1-9 & 137].

General References: Bud, leaves [1.1.150-156]; flower [1.3.77-78]; trees [2.1.30-32]; bud and flower [2.2.121-122]; weeds, osier, flowers [2.3.5-8]; plants [2.3.15-22]; plant, flower [2.3.23-30]; flower [2.4.61-64]; flower of courtesy [2.5.40-44]; flow’ring face [3.2.73-77]; flower [4.5.27-29]; flower, deflower [4.5.35-38]; bridal flowers for corse [4.5.87-90]; simples, seeds, and “weeds” [5.1.37-52]; flowers [5.5.1-9 et al.].

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