Plants in King Richard III

Apple: costard [1.4.155-160]. Cedar: [1.3.263-264]. Cherry: [1.1.88-96]. Strawberry: [3.4.29-33]; [3.4.46-47]. Rose: [4.3.1-13]; white and red [5.5.15-21]. Vine: [5.2.7-16].

General References: weeder-out [1.2.120-124]; sugar [1.3.240-242]; trees [1.3.155-164]; harvest [1.4.244-246]; fruit [2.1.135-140]; root, branches, trees, sap [2.2.40-46]; harvest [2.2.112-119]; leaves [2.3.32-38]; herbs and weeds [2.4.10-15]; weeds [3.1.102-104]; garland [3.2.38-40]; sapling [3.4.67-76]; straw [3.5.5-11]; plants, stock, graft [3.7.117-129]; tree, fruit [3.7.165-170]; unblown flowers [4.4.9-14]; garlands [4.4.326-336]; barren plants [4.4.391-394]; harvest [5.2.7-16].

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