Plants in The Winter’s Tale

Apple: crabbed months [1.2.99-105]. Carnation: fall flower [4.4.79-103]. Cork: [3.3.86-99]. Crown Imperial: spring flower [4.4.109-135]. Currant: [4.3.36-48]. Cypress: “cyprus” [4.4.218-222]. Daffodil: [4.3.1-12]; spring flower [4.4.109-135]. Date: [4.3.36-48]. Flax: [1.2.266-277]. Garlic: [4.4.162]. Gillyvore: fall flower [4.4.79-103]. Ginger: [4.3.36-48]. Ivy: [3.3.58-67]. Lavender: midsummer flower [4.4.103-108]. Lily: flower-de-luce, spring flower [4.4.109-135]. Marigold: midsummer flower [4.4.103-108]. Marjoram: midsummer flower [4.4.103-108]. Mint: midsummer flower [4.4.103-108]. Nettle: [1.2.323-332]. Oxlip: spring flower [4.4.109-135]. Pine: [2.1.33-36]. Primrose: spring flower [4.4.109-135]. Prune: [4.3.36-48]. Oak: [2.3.70-90]. Raisin: [4.3.36-48]. Rice: [4.3.36-48]. Rose: damask [4.4.218-222]. Rosemary: winter flower [4.4.70-78]. Rue: winter flower [4.4.70-78]. Saffron: [4.3.36-48]. Savory: midsummer flower [4.4.103-108]. Squash: [1.2.153-161]. Violet: spring flower [4.4.109-135].

General references: root (v.), branch (v.) [1.1.21-24]; graft [1.2.241-248]; garden [1.2.177-180]; first-fruit, straw [3.2.91-110]; flap-dragon [3.3.86-99]; plant (v.) [4.1.4-9]; hedge, hay [4.3.1-12]. hedge [4.4.827-829]; sugar, mace, race (root) [4.3.36-48]; Flora, weeds (cl.) [4.4.1-5]; winter flowers (rosemary, rue) [4.4.70-78]; fall flowers (carnation, gillyvore), w/ assorted botanical references [4.4.79-103]; midsummer flowers [4.4.103-108]; spring flowers (etc.) [4.4.109-135]; possible medler/ medlar pun [4.4.315-323]; seed [4.4.477-482]; sap [4.4.558-566]; thorn [4.4.586-590]; chaff [4.4.611-620]; withered bough [5.3.129-136].

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