- Dec 22, 2007
I don't recommend it, but it's one of the more um, interesting plants that grow in urban spaces.
I agree. That's one of the reasons I have written multiple illustrated articles and helped develop a coalition of parents here in my local area, to put pressure on our local politicians to illustrate their responsibilities and push them into doing more about controlling the unchecked growth of toxic plants like Datura and Hemlock in our public parks here. Which these two can be both very attractive and very deadly to small children.