Plants in Coriolanus

Apple: crab-tree, [2.1.182-190]. Bran: [3.1.321-327]. Brier: [3.3.50-55]. Cedar: [5.3.56-62]. Corn: [1.1.7-12]; [1.1.203-214]; [1.1.248-251]; [2.3.14-17]; [3.1.113-125]; [3.1.42-45]; [3.1.62-74]. Cypress: [1.10.30-33]. Garlic: [4.6.97-102]. Grape: [5.4.16-20]. Mulberry: [3.2.74-82]. Nettle: [2.1.182-190]. Oak: [1.1.173-189]; [1.3.5-17]; [2.1.121-127]; [2.2.97-107]; [5.2.110-112]; [5.3.148-155]. Orange: [2.1.67-72]. Palm: [5.3.111-118]. Rose: damask [2.1.203-219]. Rush: [1.1.173-189]; [1.4.16-20].

General References: grain [1.1.77-84]; grain [1.1.189-199]; garlalnd [1.1.173-189]; harvest-man [1.3.29-77]; flower of warriors [1.6.29-33]; garland [1.9.57-64]; grove [1.10.30-33]; garland [2.1.121-127]; graft, root [2.1.182-190]; plant (v.) [2.2.28-34]; garland [2.2.97-107]; plough, sow [3.1.62-74]; bower [3.2.91-94]; plant (v.) [3.3.32-37]; grain [3.3.89-95]; root, weed (v.) [4.5.107-114]. fruit [4.6.97-102]; grain, chaff [5.1.23-33]; flowers [5.5.1-6]; new plants [5.6.18-25].

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