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A Visit to a Poison Garden

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  • The 12-acre Alnwick Garden in northern England contains a poison garden with more than 100 deadly plant species
  • Another intriguing plant in the garden is datura, also known as angel’s trumpets, a night-blooming perennial and member of the nightshade family; it contains hallucinogens that can cause delirious behavior and death

By Dr. Mercola

The 12-acre Alnwick Garden in northern England is home to fragrant rose bushes, manicured hedges, a cherry orchard and stunning water features — all things you'd expect in a traditional English garden. But behind a locked gate is a garden with a much more sinister air — a poison garden home to plants that have the ability to kill.

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