Plants in King Henry 4.1

Apple: apple-john, [3.3.1-10]. Beans: [2.1.8-13]. Blackberry: reasons as plentiful as [2.4.234-238]; [2.4.394-405]. Camomile: [2.4.394-405]. Fern: fern-seed [2.1.86-91]. Ginger: [2.1.25-26]. Moss: [3.1.26-33]. Nettle: [2.3.6-10]. Oats:[2.1.8-13]. Peas:[2.1.8-13]. Prune: [3.3.113-116]. Radish: [2.4.183-186]. Spear-grass: [2.4.306-310]. Reeds: trembling reeds, [1.3.102-107]. Rose: of King Richard, [1.3.170-176]. Rush: [3.1.207-215].

General References: flow’rets [1.1.5-9]; straightest plant [1.1.5-9]; harvest-home [1.3.29-35]; thorn and canker [1.3.170-176]; flower [2.3.6-10]; sugar [2.4.6-10 and 2.4.57]; tree [4.2.421-426]; sugar [4.2.465-466]; hedge [4.2.41-47]; leaves [5.1.3-6]; crop, bud, harvest metaphor [5.4.70-72].

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