Plants in King Richard II

Apricocks: [3.4.29-39]. Bay tree: [2.4.7-14]. Corn: [3.3.160-163]. Grass: [1.3.280-293]; [3.3.42-50]; [3.3.93-100]. Nettle: [3.2.12-22]. Pine: [3.2.36-46]. Rue: “even for Ruth”, [3.4.102-107]. Violet: [5.2.46-52]. Yew: [3.2.112-120].

General references: root, branches, leaves [1.2.11-21]; fruit [2.1.153-154]; flower [2.1.132-134]; sugar [2.3.2-7]; trees [2.3.53-56]; flower [3.2.12-22]; weeds, catepillars [2.3.162-167]; flower [3.3.93-100]; trees [3.4.22-25]; twigs, sprays, weeds, flowers [3.4.29-39]; “other eden” speech [3.4.31-68]; weeds, flowers, fruit-trees, etc. [3.4.22-25]; leaf, weeds, root [3.4.47-53]; bark, fruit-trees, sap, branches, fruit [3.4.55-66]; plant, graft [3.4.100-101]; plant (v.) [4.1.124-130]; thorns [4.1.323-324]; plant (v.) [5.1.59-65]; plant (v.) [5.3.120-128].

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