Enchanter’s Nightshade (Circaea lutetiana) is a woodland plant with small, white flowers and prickly fruit, native to Europe and North America. According to the Oxford English Dictionary, the common name Enchanter’s Nightshade originated in the 16th century; the plant was “believed by early botanists to be the herb used by Circe to charm Odysseus’ companions”.
The website, Enchanter’s Nightshade, is an online portfolio of oddities created by me, Samantha. If I could, I would spend all my time painting, wandering through the woods taking photographs, making films, designing costumes and sets for films, collecting vintage clothing, daydreaming…
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