The world's most dangerous garden


The World's Most Dangerous Garden

It's one of England's most beautiful year-round attractions, but this garden is home to 100 of the most infamous killers.

That's killer plants. Adjacent to Alnwick castle, the residence of the Dukes of Northumberland for more than 700 years, stands the Alnwick Garden. The garden is open 364 days a year and attracts more than 600,000 visitors annually.

The Duchess, Jane Percy, created the most unique section of the 14-acre garden for its visitors -- a poisonous garden. Among those we're told not to stop and smell: opium poppy, cannabis and others.
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