Plants in the Tempest

Acorn: [1.2.467-469]. Apple: island an apple, [2.1.92-95]; ‘crabs’, [2.2.165-168]. Arabia tree: referenced though not named, [3.3.21-23]; Barley: [4.1.60-75]. Cedar: [5.1.33-50]. Corn: [2.1.149-157]. Cowslip: [5.1.88-94]; Dock: [2.1.145-146]. Furze (gorse): [1.1.65-68]; furze and goss (both names for gorse) [4.1.178-181]. Grass: [2.1.55]; [4.1.60-75]; [4.1.76-83]. Ivy: hiding princely trunk [1.2.79-87]. Lime tree (Linden): “line-grove” [5.1.7-10]; Mallow: [2.1.145-146]. Mushroom: [5.1.33-50]. Nettle: [2.1.145-146]. Oak: [5.1.33-50];[1.2.295-297]; Oats: [4.1.60-75]. Pease: [4.1.60-75]. Pig-nuts (peanuts): [2.2.165-168]; Pine: Ariel imprisoned in, [1.2.271–282] and [287-294]; [5.1.33-50]. Reeds: Hair like [1.2.212-215]; “like winters drops from the eaves of reeds” [5.1.15-16]; Rye: [4.1.60-75]; rye-straw hats, [4.1.134-138]; Saffron: [4.1.76-83]. Wheat: [4.1.60-75].

General References: nutshell [1.1.47-49]; berries [1.2.334-340]; canker, [1.2.416-419]; bush nor shrub, [2.2.18-20]; bark for bottle, [2.2.119-125]; bush of ‘the man in the moon’, [2.2.137-138]; pluck thee berries, [2.2.158-159]; tree for hanging, [3.2.34-35]; weeds, [4.1.14-22]; vetch, splover, etc., [4.1.60-75]; vines and plants, [4.1.110-113]; sedg’d crowns, [4.1.128-131]; thorns and briers, [4.1.178-181].


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