Plants in Love’s Labor’s Lost

Alder: pun with ‘elder’ [5.2.597-604]. Apple: costard, [3.1.69-73]; pomewater and crab, [4.2.1-10]; [5.2.473-478]; crabs [5.2.908-925]. Carnation: [3.1.143-148]. Cedar: [4.3.79-87]. Columbine: [5.2.641-653]. Corn: [1.1.94-96]; [4.3.379-382]. Cuckoo: “cuckoo buds of yellow hue” = buttercup (?), [5.2.890-907]. Daisy: [5.2.890-907]. Ginger: ginger bread, [5.1.68-75]. Grass: [5.2.185-191]. Lady smocks (cuckoo?): [5.2.890-907]. Lemon: [5.2.641-653]. Lily: [5.2.350-357]. Mint: [5.2.641-653]. Pea: pease [5.2.316-321]. Nutmeg: [5.2.641-653]. Oak: [4.2.102-107].Rose: [1.1.100-109]; [4.3.23-26]; [5.2.291-298]. Sycamore: [5.2.89-96]. Violet: [5.2.890-907]. Willow: osier [4.2.102-107]. Wormwood: [5.2.836-850].

General References: branch [1.1.19-23];weed (v.) [1.1.94-96].plant (v.) [1.1.161-164]; plantain, [3.1.69-73]. bush, shoot [4.1.1-13]; barren plants [4.2.24-33]; thicket [4.2.54-61]; flowers [4.2.118-128]; blossom, leaves, thorn [4.3.97-108]; harvest, trees, plant [4.3.320-345]; flowers [4.3.372-377]; flap-dragon [5.1.38-42]; thicket [5.2.89-96]; sugar [5.2.231-235]; bark on a tree [5.2.282-286]; damask, buds [5.2.291-298]; hedge-priest [5.2.539-541]; cloves, flower [5.2.641-653]; fruitful, weed (v.) [5.2.836-850]; tree, straw, spring song [5.2.890-907]; winter song [5.2.908-925].

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