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Sunday, 11 May 2008

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Healing herb: a preview from this year's Chelsea Flower Show

London - (Narcotic Mess): Tickets for the Chelsea Flower Show have sold out after a news leak that this year's top attractions include a Medicinal Cannabis Garden and its Colombian counterpart the Medicinal Crack Cocaine Garden.

The cannabis garden has been sponsored by the Rastafarian Horticultural Association of Montego Bay.

It occupies a 50ft square plot filled with one thousand specimen plants growing under solar panels in Sir Terrence Con Artist-inspired metallic plant pots.

The focal point is an innovative water feature consisting of a state of the art hydroponics system bolstered by one hundred eco-friendly butane patio heaters.

Next door is the equally impressive crack cocaine garden, sponsored this year by the Canary Wharf Redundant Investment Bankers' Gardening Club.

The exhibit bristles with six hundred mature coca plants in varying stages of pollination ringed by a sophisticated CCTV system rigged to an automatic remote-control Colombian-style sub-machine gun security feature.

Organisers say that competition has been fierce for the plots adjoining these two newcomers, particularly by the perrenial Leyhill Open Prison 2008 Herb Garden and the Help the Aged Hippies Easy Maintenance Garden both regular exhibitors at the annual event.

The Show opens on May 20th.

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