Plants in The Rape of Lucrece

Cedar: [659-665]. Corn: [281-282]. Daisy: [393-399]. Grape: [213-215]. Grass: [393-399]. Lily: [71-77]; [386-389]; [477-482]. Marigold: [393-399]. Oak: [946-952]. Pine: [1163-1169]. Reed: [1436-1442]. Rose: [71-77]; [386-389]; [477-482]; [491-494]. Rush: [316-321]. Vine: [213-215]. Wormwood: [890-896].

General References: root (v.) [argument, 36-47].; bush [85-88]; fruitful Italy [106-110]; weeds [281-282]; unfruitful, deflower [344-350]; thorns [491-494]; seed, bud [603-606]; shrubs, root [659-665]; branch, root [820-826]; maiden bud [848-854]; weed, flower [869-875]; plant (v.) [883-887]; sap [946-952]; bush [967-973]; straw [1016-1022]; graff, stock, fruit [1058-1064]; bark, sap, leaves [1163-1169]; flower [1226-1232]; flowers [1254-1257].

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