tween the quercus* and the olivet there exists a hatred so inveterate, that transplanted, either of them, to a site previously occupied by the other, they will die.I The quercus too, if planted near the stoechas, will perish. There is a mortal feud existing also between the cabbage and the vine; * See B. xi. c. 40. t See B. vii. cc. 5, 8, &c. I As Fee justly remarks, the greater part of these so-called sympathies and antipathies must be looked upon as so many fables.