Plants in King Henry VI, part 3

Cedar: [5.2.7-18]. Corn: [5.7.1-15]. Hawthorn: [2.5.40-54]. Laurel: [4.6.32-36]. Oak: [2.1.50-55]; [5.2.7-18]. Olive: [4.6.32-36]. Rose: white rose [1.2.32-34]; red and white roses, [2.5.94-102]; red rose [5.1.81-88]. Willow: [3.3.227-228]; [4.1.96-100].

General references: root [1.1.45-49]; flower [2.1.68-73]; straw [2.2.144-145]; root [2.2.163-169]; branches, leaves, root [2.5.94-102]; weeds [2.6.14-21]; [2.6.46-51]; fruit of love [3.2.58-61]; branch [3.2.124-127]; thorns [3.2.174-181]; plant of love, root, leaves, fruit [3.3.119-128]; replant (v.) [3.3.192-198]; garland [3.3.227-228]; brake [3.1.1-4]; garland [4.1.96-100]; fruit [4.4.16-24]; thicket [4.5.1-13]; branch [4.6.32-36]; hay [4.8.60-61]; branch, shrub [5.2.7-18]; thorn, roots [5.4.67-72]; thorn [5.5.12-16]; plant [5.5.51-62]; bush [5.6.11-17]; tree, fruit [5.6.36-52]; harvest [5.7.16-25]; tree, fruit [5.7.26-32].

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