The Poison Garden of Alnwick

Inside the beautiful Alnwick Garden, behind a locked gate, there’s the Poison Garden: it contains only poisonous plants. Trevor Jones, head gardener, was kind enough to give a guided tour!

For more information about visiting the Castle, Garden, and poison garden: https://alnwickgarden.com/

(And yes, it’s pronounced “Annick”.)

Edited by Michelle Martin, @mrsmmartin

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40 comments

  • Tom Scott 2 months ago

    My word, there are a lot of pro-marijuana people in the comments. Just to be clear: it's in a cage because British law requires it to be. The khat they grow is too, but not the opium poppies – but because those were just tiny shoots when I was there, they didn't make the edit. And yes, "poison" is a bit strong, but for anyone who's convinced there are no dangers to cannabis, I refer you to Foreman, JE (2000) — although of course, that's worth comparing with his later 2014 work for balance.

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  • Firelog2000 2 months ago

    I actually thought that tom was going to walk backwards and talk to the camera, then trip and fall into one of the beds

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  • nitehawk86 2 months ago

    Do you do poison?

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  • BTS are my bias 2 months ago

    I love he acknowledges the impact that Harry potter had on people's knowledge on mandrakes Xd

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  • Dan 2 months ago

    1:53
    It also goes by the name of wolfsbane.

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  • Steve Kohler 2 months ago

    great video! it's amazing how many common plants are poisonous.

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  • ICEknightnine 2 months ago

    I didn't know there's cemetery specifically for gardeners.

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  • julia aasen 2 months ago

    Requirement basically magazine ongoing arm trial carpet look.

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  • Peyten Jensen 2 months ago

    How did you plant them?

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  • morphman86 2 months ago

    I do love British law sometimes.
    Belladonna, Mandragora, Monks Hood and Angel Trumpet can be in the open, but we better keep that cannabis in a cage.

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  • HLH the bumble bee 2 months ago

    The day I went, the garden was FULL!

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  • Matt cdy 2 months ago

    dont care that its caged, whys it in a poison garden to begin with. what other lies are they telling kids.

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  • Gregor 0410 2 months ago

    In my primary school there were nightshade berries that grew in an area that was only for 5-6 year olds. One kid got sent to hospital after eating one, and he was absent for months.

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  • Baked Vader 2 months ago

    Cannabis in garden of poison…

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  • N0vice 2 months ago

    cannabis, toxic? dangerous? can cure caners!

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  • J Jaye 2 months ago

    Wait, so this garden's purpose is to bring kids into it to teach them? What could go wrong?

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  • Quasar 2 months ago

    Alnwick gardens is one of the best tourist attractions I've ever been to in the UK

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  • Lawrence Calablaster 2 months ago

    As a toxicology major & lover of scientific antiquity, I desperately want to go here (& be very careful.)

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  • Lord LunaEquie is me 2 months ago

    This video kind of terrified me.

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  • Flea Market Socialist 2 months ago

    Pretty sweet how aristocrats in the 18th century had more freedom to use hallucinogenics than I do in the 21st century. progress

    Also I would advise using an air tight tank around the cannabis as the very vapors could send even the strongest of men in to a downward spiral of insanity.

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  • Anthony Roberts 2 months ago

    been here twice and it was beautiful, not good for my allergies though. 💗

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  • Petunia Peers 2 months ago

    Yes. It was an out of this world experience for me too.

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  • MakeMoneyHobby.com 2 months ago

    We have been here and it is so beautiful. Hope we can visit again next time..

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  • Norsaadah Zakaria 2 months ago

    it is mesmerizing..

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  • Piet Verkuil 2 months ago

    Ullm

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  • June June 2 months ago

    des anyone know if i could still visit flower field in may 18-19 2017? as far as i know the keukenhof gardken is open unti l21 may 2017, however going to a park is not my greatest interest. would anyone have other suggestion for flower field? thank you

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  • sai manoj Chitturi 2 months ago

    so nice👌👌👌👌👌

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  • normalil normalil 2 months ago

    I live in England. Just got back from a visit. It took my breath away and made me cry. Never seen anything like it, and I will remember it for the rest of my life. Visit if you can. Amazing does not describe what I saw.

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  • Toy Play TV 2 months ago

    I love keukenhof! Amazing day there last year!!

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  • Nikki Bahr 2 months ago

    planning to go on May 17th or 18th this year!! Looks beautiful

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  • Siti Rukoyah 2 months ago

    beautiful 😍😍

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  • Tuyet Pham Anh 2 months ago

    Wonderful feeling to contemplate Tulip flower at Keukenhof-Gardens

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  • Saidur Saidur 2 months ago

    nice

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  • Chau Nguyen 2 months ago

    very beautiuful Tulip flowers in Holland. I love them somuch. Thank you, Holland ,!!!!

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  • CKToysClub 2 months ago

    loved my visit to Keukenhof this month..tulips are so beautiful!

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  • Andres Brito Miranda 2 months ago

    Planning to go at the first week of June this year! 2d June to be specific, anyone knows if there's any chance to see this beautiful landscape?

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  • Souly Phoxay 2 months ago

    I hope can visit there ! What month is the perfect time to see like these flowers show .

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  • Salim Salim 2 months ago

    good

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  • ewa kamiska 2 months ago

    Super!!!

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  • Fusano Nagashima 2 months ago

    Beautiful…

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