Where the roses fill the garden, all blossoms drip with poison. A step inside the iron gates of Duchess Jane Percy's Alnwick Garden reveals 14 acres of landscape manicured with 100 species of deadly plants. After taking over the grounds in 1996 which were originally covered row by row of Christmas tress, Percy set on a quest to redesign the land in an interesting and educational manner. Inspired by apothecary style gardens planted around hospitals and battlefields Percy decided to flip this notion on its head and create a garden of death. Set to entice visitors on a maleficent journey through the foliage of common shrubbery and exotic vines of lethal proportions.