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Tagged as Albuquerque, Common Snowberry, Common Sunflower, Corrales, datura, holly, Jimsonweed, native plants, nature, New Mexico, NM, outdoors, prickly-pear cactus, prickly-pear tuna, red sage, Rio Grande bosque, Rio Grande Nature Center, sage, squash, wild holly, wild squash, wildflowers
We recently had 5 teenagers in Moose Jaw get very sick from experimenting with Datura. They all ended up in the hospital. They were expecting something very different. We usually have some in the garden too. Quite dangerous in the hands of a teenager thinking they could get high with it.
Our cactus here has to grow inside 🙂
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