“An existing constraint at the intersection has been the location of the large fig tree on the south eastern corner.
There are now a total of 13 trunks and the colossal tree covers an area with a diameter of 55 metres! Ideally, there will be a release with a DOI, but it may be you just use the most up-to-date commit. pre-release 0.1 is at https://github.com/nmatzke/BEASTmaste R/releases/tag/0.1 , and has DOI . I am happy for BEASTmaste R to be a resource for the phylogenetics community, however. , used for extracting the bracketed statistics from BEAST NEXUS tree files (MCC files) are copied/lightly modified/heavily modified from the R package " phyloch", by Christoph Heibl, licensed under GPL ( BEASTmaste R was originally aimed at easing my own tip-dating work in Beast2, and at the participants of the Tip-Dating Workshop and Putting Fossils in Trees Symposium at the 2014 meeting of the Society for Vertebrate Paleontology, in Berlin.So when you are eating a fig you are munching on hidden flowers! Fig trees like warm climates but will grow in sheltered places in the UK, often up against a sunny garden wall or in a courtyard. One of the first places that figs were grown in the UK was in the courtyard in Lambeth Palace, London, from the middle of the 16th century.The Romans might have tried to grow them in England earlier but there is no evidence that they succeeded.