Plants in Titus Andronicus

Aspen: [2.4.44-47]. Brier: [2.3.198-203]. Cedar: [4.3.42-51]. Clover: honey-stalk, [4.4.88-92]. Corn: [2.3.122-123];[5.3.67-72]. Elder: [2.3.198-203]. Grass: [4.4.69-72]. Laurel: [1.1.73-79]. Lily: [2.4.44-47]; [3.1.110-113]. Mistletoe: [2.3.91-108]. Moss: [2.3.91-108]. Nettle: “nettles” [2.3.198-203]. Rose: [2.4.16-27]. Yew: [2.3.91-108].

General references: weeds (cl.) [1.1.73-79]; drugs [1.1.153-159]; [1.1.446-453]; weeds (cl.) [2.1.18-20]; tree [2.3.1-9]; bush, leaves [2.3.10-15]; groves, plant (v.) [2.3.55-65]; tree [2.3.91-108]; straw [2.3.122-123]; deflower [2.3.187-191]; flowers [2.3.198-203]; deflower, branches [2.4.16-27]; herbs [3.1.177-178]; sapling [3.2.50-51]; root (v.) [4.1.46-51]; blossom [4.2.73-74]; Sybil’s leaves [4.1.104-108]; berries and roots [4.2.178-183]; shrub [4.3.42-51]; flowers [4.4.69-72]; flowered fields [5.1.13-16]; fruit, tree [5.1.39-48]; haystalks, trees [5.1.133-140]; deflower [5.3.35-38].

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