Plants in Cymbeline

Bran: [4.2.24-30]. Cedar: [4.4.138-144] also [5.5.437-444]; [5.5.265-266]. Cowslip: [1.5.84-87]; [2.2.37-40]. Daisy: [4.2.397-401]. Eglantine: [4.2.221-231]. Harbell: [4.2.221-231]. Lily: [2.2.11-17]; [4.2.203-205]. Marigold: [2.2.20-25]. Moss: [4.2.221-231]. Oak: [4.2.265-270]. Pine: [4.2.170-182]. Primrose: [1.5.84-87]; [4.2.221-231]. Reed: [4.2.265-270]. Rose: [2.2.8-19]; rosy, [5.5.121-123]. Rush: [2.2.11-17]. Violet: [1.5.84-87]; [4.2.170-182].

General References: root [1.1.27-28];garden [1.1.81-84]; buds [1.3.26-37]; flowers, drugs [1.5.1-5]; crop [1.6.32-38]; root (v.) [1.6.164-168]; acorn [2.2.8-19]; flowers [2.2.20-25]; tree, bough, root, leaves [3.3.55-64]; drug [3.4.11-16]; drug [3.5.56-59]; drug [4.2.37-38]; roots [4.2.50-52]; crop, sow [4.2.170-182]; flowers [4.2.221-231]; herbs, herblets, flowers [4.2.284-291]; bush, flowers [4.2.292-303]; drug [4.2.327-330]; wood-leaves, weeds [4.2.388-394]; weeds (cl.) [4.3.21-26]; fruitful [4.4.52-57]; sky-planted, flowers [4.4.94-98]; branches, stock [4.4.138-144] also [5.5.437-444]; fruit, tree [5.5.265-266].

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