Plants in Macbeth

Chestnut: the nut, [1.3.4-10]. Corn: [4.1.52-61]. Lily: lily-livered, [5.3.14-17]. Hemlock: [4.1.22-32]. Primrose: [2.3.15-20]. Rhubarb: [5.3.51-57]. Senna: [5.3.51-57]. Yew: [4.1.22-32].

General Reference: hay [1.3.14-24]; insane root [1.3.83-85]; harvest [1.4.27-32]; flower [1.5.61-70]; trees [3.4.123-127]; trees [4.1.52-61]; tree in hand [4.1.87]; tree and root [4.1.92-100]; pernicious root [4.3.84-90]; flowers [4.3.164-172]; flowers and weeds [5.2.29-31]; yellow leaf [5.3.22-28]; bough [5.4.4-7]; tree [5.5.36-41].

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