Plants in Troilus and Cressida

Almond (nut): [5.2.194-200]. Blackberry: [5.3.4-12]. Date: [1.2.254-261]. Lily: lily beds, [3.2.7-12]. Nettle: [1.2.174-177]. Oak: [1.3.45-53]. Palm: [2.3.189-193]; [3.1.155-158]. Pine: [1.3.2-9]. Potato: potato-finger [5.2.57-59]. Toadstool: [2.1.“20]. Wheat: [1.1.13-28].

General References: flower [1.2.6-11]; flowers of Troy [1.2.186-188]; chaff and bran [1.2.243-248]; sap [1.3.2-9]; seed, crop [1.3.316-320]; nut [2.1.99-102]; [2.3.115-120]; thicket and flower [2.3.256-262]; burrs [3.2.108-111]. strawy [5.5.19-25].

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