Crab-tree, nettle, graft, root

Coriolanus, [2.1.182-190]. Menenius. “A hundred thousand welcomes! I could weep/ And I could laugh, I am light and heavy. Welcome./ A curse begin at very root on’s heart/ That is not glad to see thee! You are three/ That Rome should dote on; yet, by the faith of men,/ We have some old crab-trees here at home that will not/ Be grafted to your relish. Yet welcome, warriors! We call a nettle but a nettle, and/ The faults of foolsl but folly.” Cominius “Ever right.”

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  1. Shakespeare’s Plants (alphabetical) « PLANTS Says:

    […] of Windsor, [1.2.7-12]; costard Merry Wives of Windsor, [3.1.11-25]; crab-tree, Coriolanus, [2.1.182-190]; Taming of the Shrew, [1.1.134-139]; crab, Taming of the Shrew, [2.1.228-234];apple-tart Taming of […]

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