Rue, herb of grace

King Richard II, [3.4.102-107]. Gardener. “Poor queen! So that thy state might be no worse,/ I would my skill were subject to thy curse./ Here did she fall a tear; here in this place/ I’ll set a bank of rue, sour herb of grace./ Rue, even for ruth, here shortly shall be seen,/ In the remembrance of the weeping queen.”

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