Plants in As You Like It

Acorn: [3.2.229-234]. Chestnut: (color) [3.4.10-12]. Corn: corn-field [5.3..15-32]. Grape: [5.1.31-35]. Greenwood: [2.5.1-5]. Hawthorn: [3.2.351-357]. Holly: [2.7.179-182]. Medlar: [3.2.113-118]. Mustard: [1.2.61-65]; [1.2.62-77]. Oak: stag’s death [2.1.29-35]; jove’s tree [3.2.229-234]. Oliver with serpent and lion [4.3.103-108]. Olive: Ros. and Celia’s cottage [3.5.72-75]; same [4.3.76-81]. Palm-tree: [3.2.170-175]. Peascod: [2.4.44-53]. Rose: [1.2.21-22]; [3.2.107-110]; damask [3.5.120-123]. Rush: [3.2.360-362]; [3.5.20-27]. Rye: [5.3..15-32]. Willow: [4.3.76-81].

Trees: tongues in trees [2.1.12-17]; rotten tree [2.3.29-35]; duke to drink under a tree [2.5.28-30]; trees and barks (shall be my books) [3.2.1-10]; rind, nut [3.2.107-110]; tree yields bad fruit [3.2.113-118]; tongues shall hang on every tree [3.2.123-138]; [3.2.169-170]; jove’s tree [3.2.229-234]; marring trees with writing [3.2.256-257]; [3.2.381-383]; marry beneath [3.3.60-62].

General Reference: husks, orchard [1.1.34-40]; briers and burrs [1.3.10-17]; weed [2.7.42-47]; fruit, thorny [2.7.94-99]; boughs [2.7.108-118]; fruit [3.2.113-118]; boughs tongues shall hang on every tree [3.2.123-138]; “odes on hawthorns, elegies on brambles” [3.2.351-357]; marry under a bush [3.3.76-81]; nut [3.4.22-24]; crop, harvest, etc. [3.5.99-104]; branch [4.2.3-6]; boughs [4.3.103-108]; lion hiding in bush [4.3.113-119]; flower [5.3..15-32]; bush [Ep.3-6].

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