Plants in Timon of Athens

Brier: [4.3.421-430]. Grape: [4.3.433-440]. Grass: [4.3.421-430]. Medlar: [4.3.305-317]. Moss: [4.3.222-229]. Olive: [5.4.79-85]. Oak: [4.3.262-272]; [4.3.421-430]. Root: [1.2.62-71]; [1.2.130-134]; [4.3.18-28]; [4.3.178-190]; [4.3.188-199]; [4.3.282-286]; [4.3.421-430]; [5.1.71-73]. Rose: [4.3.84-88]. Vine: [4.3.188-199].

General References: balsam [3.5.111-116]; crop [4.1.25-33]; moss [4.3.222-229]; leaves, boughs [4.3.262-272];mast, hip, bush, berry [4.3.421-430]; root (v.) [5.1.158-165]; tree [5.1.205-211].

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