Plants in King Henry VI, part I

Corn: [3.2.1-5]; [3.2.13-15]; [3.2.45-47]. Darnel: [3.2.40-44]; Rose: red and white, [2.4.25-76]; red and white [2.4.121-127]; red [4.1.89-100]; [2.4.107-111]; red [4.1.148-154]. Vine: [2.5.8-12].

General references: flower-de-luce, [1.1.78-81]; hedge [1.1.116-119]; flower-de-luce, [1.2.98-101]; Adonis’ garden [1.6.4-10]; blossom, canker, thorn, [2.4.25-76]; root [2.4.82-85]; flower [2.4.128-129]; branches and sap [2.5.8-12]; stock and stem [2.5.37-42]; flowering youth [2.5.55-58]; harvest [3.2.45-47]; flower [4.1.101-107]; blossom [4.7.9-16]; fruit [5.4.10-13]; fruition of love [5.5.1-9].

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