Plants in King Henry VI, part II

Apple: crab tree slip [3.2.210-215]. Cedar: [5.1.202-207]. Corn: [1.2.1-2]; [3.2.168-178]. Cypress: [3.2.320-328]. Fig: [2.3.59-71]. Grass: [4.2.62-67]; [4.10.36-40]; [4.10.1-15]. Mandrake: [3.2.307-315]. Plum: damsons [2.94-105]. Primrose: [3.2.56-64]. Rose: [1.1.246-257].

General references: canker [1.2.17-22]; bush, weed (v.) [1.3.88-100]; spray [2.3.45-46]; bushes [2.4.51-57]; weeds and herbs [3.1.31-35]; thorn [3.1.66-73]; blossom, bud, caterpillar [3.1.87-92]; flowering bank [3.1.222-230]; harvest [3.1.374-384]; stock, graft, fruit, slip [3.2.210-215]; lime twigs [3.3.12-18]; hedge [4.2.48-51]; gardener [4.2.128-130]; caterpillars [4.4.32-37]; sallet [4.10.1-15]; flower-de-luce [5.1.5-11].

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