Plants in Twelfth Night

Apple: [1.5.153-159]; [5.1.219-221]. Cherry: cherry-pit (children’s game) [3.4.118-120]. Cypress: [2.3.113-119]; a gauzelike material, [3.1.117-122]. Ginger: [2.3.113-119]. Olive: [1.5.204-206]. Pepper: [3.4.145-148]. Squash: [1.5.153-159]. Rose: [2.4.36-39]; damask, [2.4.109-112]; roses of the spring [3.1.149-152]. Violet: [1.1.1-7]. Willow: [1.5.263-271]. Yew: [2.3.113-119].

General References: beds of flowers [1.1.39-40]; beauty is a flower [1.5.40-50]; peascod and coddling [1.5.153-159]; flower [2.3.113-119]; bud [2.4.109-112]; harvest [3.1.129-134]; trunks [3.4.368-371];

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