Plants in King Henry VIII

Apple: crab-tree, [5.4.1-10]; [5.4.59-65]. Bay: [4.2.stage direction]. Cedar: [5.5.48-56]. cherry: [5.1.165-171]. Corn: [5.1.108-115]; [5.5.26-36]. Lily: [3.1.148-153]; [5.5.57-63]. Palm: [4.2.stage direction]. Rose: the rose (a manor house), [1.2.151-155]. Vine: [5.5.26-36]; [5.5.48-56].

General References: bud (v.) [1.1.89-96]; brake [1.2.71-76]; root [1.2.85-88]; tree lop, bark, root, sap [1.2.93-98]; thorny [2.4.220-223]; tree, plant, flower [3.1.3-8]; leaf, blossom, root [3.2.350-358]; [4.2.1-4]; garland [4.2.stage direction]; garlands [4.2.87-92]; maiden flowers [4.2.167-173]; chaff, root (v.), [5.1.108-115]; weed, root [5.1.52-54]; fruit and stock [5.1.230-233]; parish garden [5.4.1-10]; plants [5.5.26-36]; branches [5.5.48-56].

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