Alnwick, Northern England, there is a different garden. Conceived by an eccentric aristocrat, Helen Percy, Duchess of Northumberland, consists of an unusual variety of plants that can … kill.
To realize its unusual design, Helen Percy had to move their influences, because the culture of lethal species is necessarily regulated by strict rules.
Obtained a special license from the British government, the Duchess hired landscapers engineers proven in the market, Belgian Jacques and Peter Wirtz and lay down to work, not before … putting on a pair of gloves.
In fact, in many of the plants that make up this bizarre garden you can not touch, because their stems, leaves and corolla are poisonous.
In other species it is dangerous to approach the nose, because their pollen is lethal. It can be said, with all the property, which are not flowers that smell.
The Duchess of Northumberland garden was opened to the public in 2005. It can admire plants with belladonna, hemlock and mandrake. Some call it the most dangerous garden in the world, but the most threatening species are exposed in cages.
Some call it the most dangerous garden in the world, but the most threatening species are exposed in cages.