Blarney Castle: Poison Garden

Blarney Castle’s “Poison Garden” Cork Ireland — built in 1446 the castle still boasts its original “poison garden” which contains poisonous plants, including Wolfsbane, Mandrake, Ricin and Opium — all are labelled with information about toxicity, their medieval medical uses as well as modern uses.

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