Regular, plentiful gardens full of lovely, fragrant flowers, awesome views of a nearby castle and fountains are such old news guys. What's cool? A poison garden.
Hear us out. Set amongst the lush Alnwick Gardens in the U.K.'s Northumberland, sits the Poison Garden, which houses all kinds of deadly plants. The theory behind it: why solely honor the healing power of plants when you can also remind people of their deadly possibilities?
The tunnel into the Poison Garden...
There's a big ole gate with a stern warning written on it -- some plants are even caged to prevent touching -- and there's a 24-hour-watch in case you were tempted to steal some cannabis overnight.
If deadly plants aren't really your thing, check out the rest of the garden, which is pretty rad.