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Before the introduction of hops , the fruit were used to flavour beer , which may be related to the ancient symbol of a pub being the chequer-board. The species has sometimes been placed in its own genus, Torminalis. Recent molecular phylogenetics confirms an earlier taxonomic opinion that the genus Sorbus as defined in the broad sense is not monophyletic , but the simple-leafed species traditionally included in Sorbus are a monophyletic group; this species would be included in a clade called Aria  genus Aria or Sorbus subgenus Aria as the species Aria torminalis Beck.
It is a sexually reproducing diploid species that forms diploid and polyploid hybrids with members of subgenus Aria whitebeams. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Sorbus torminalis A mature tree in spring Scientific classification Kingdom: Plantae.
Torminaria [ citation needed ]. Trees of Britain and Europe. Flora of Britain and Northern Europe. Monson-Fitzjohn gives three possible origins for chequers as a pub name: the chequer board suggests the passing away of odd hours by a game of "draughts"; others were named from the custom of painting signposts sometimes found outside pubs in alternate black and white squares; and others from the "chequy field" of the coat of arms of a local landowner.
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This book answers all these questions and more. Books on gardening Perennials: Early Perennials v. Perennials: Late Perennials v. Includes information on training fruit trees and ornamental forms. Fantastic full colour photographic guide to some of the most common wild foods to be found in the British Isles. Part cookbook, part ID guide.
This is a good read. A more scientific look at the foods of our ancestors, including good recipe ideas.
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