Plants in Midsummer Night’s Dream

Acorn: [2.1.28-31]; [3.2.328-330]. Apricot: [3.1.162-165]. Apple: roasted crabs [2.1.44-50]; of eye [3.2.102-104]. Beans: bean-fed horse [2.1.44-50]. Cherry: kissing cherries [3.2.139-140]; double cherry, [3.2.203-219]; [5.1.187-190]; [5.1.325-338]. Corn: (possibly oats), [2.1.64-68]; green corn [2.1.93-95]. Cowslip: [2.1.2-15]; [5.1.325-338]. Dewberry: [3.1.162-165]. Eglantine: [2.1.249-256]. Elm: [4.1.10-12]. Fig: [3.1.162-165]. Garlic: [4.2.37-42]. Grass: bladed grass, [1.1.209-213]. Hawthorn: beginning to bud [1.1.182-185]; our tiring-house [3.1.3-5]. Hemp: [3.1.72-73]. Honeysuckle: [4.1.10-12]. Ivy: [4.1.10-12]. Knot grass: [3.2.328-330]. Leek: [5.1.325-338]. Lily: [3.1.88-92]; [5.1.325-338]. Love in Idleness (panzy): [2.1.165-172]. Mulberry: [3.1.162-165]; [5.1.143-148]. Oak: duke’s oak [1.2.101]. Onions: [4.2.37-42]. Oxlip: [2.1.249-256]. Primrose: primrose beds [1.1.214-219].Rose: rose distilled [1.1.74-78]; faded roses, [1.1.128-129]; lap of rose [2.1.107-111]; sweet musk roses [2.1.249-256]; muskrose buds [2.2.1-7]; [3.1.88-92]; musk roses [4.1.1-4]. Squash: Master Squash [3.1.181-184]. Thistle: [4.1.10-12]. Thyme: where wild thyme grows [2.1.249-256]; [2.1.249-256]. Wheat: green wheat [1.1.182-185]. Woodbine: [2.1.249-256]; [4.1.39-44].

General References: buds [1.1.182-185]; straw [1.84-87]; bushes, brier [2.1.2-15]; flowers [2.1.24-27]; bud [2.1.107-111]; [2.1.246]; flowers [2.1.249-256]; buds muskrose buds [2.2.1-7]; flowers [2.2.246]; bush of thorns [3.1.55-57]; flower [3.1.76]; brier [3.1.88-92]; bush and brier [3.1.101-102]; flowery bed [3.1.124]; pressed flowers [3.1.150-153]; flower [3.1.192-195]; flower* [3.2.102-104]; cankerblossom [3.2.282-284]; bushes [3.2.404-408]; briers [3.2.442-445]; flowery bed [4.1.1-4]; flowers, buds, floriets [4.1.46-55]; bud and flower [4.1.70-73]; bush [5.1.18-22]; bush [5.1.134-137]; thorn-bush [5.1.253-255]; deflower [5.1.287-290]; brier [5.1.387-392].

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