In England, the Poison Garden, the most dangerous garden in the world


A sign at the entrance warns visitors: "These plants can kill you", with an unmistakable skull, for those who do not chew the English, also played here and there in the form of vegetable compositions. It is in England the world's most dangerous garden, at the foot of Alnwick Castle, chosen as the setting of the film version of the famous saga of Harry Potter, which "impersonates" the beloved Hogwarts Castle. 
The Alnwick Poison Garden displays over 100 species of poisonous plants and deadly; is owned by the Duchess Jane Percy and welcomes more than 600 thousand visitors a year, fascinated by the atmosphere that reigns in the garden, one side of the park (which also includes a relaxing area dedicated to the fairies) of the castle.


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