Every area of our beautiful country is amazing in its own way. The southeast has its golf courses, alligators, and beautiful palm trees. The southwest has its cactus and javelinas. No thing is prettier, in my mind, though, than the botanical gardens in Denver, Colorado. Many people think of Denver as a winter wonderland, and that is certainly true, but the botanic gardens in Denver are not to be missed. The Botanic Gardens at York Street is twenty-four acres of diverse plant life that can be toured and enjoyed as you benefit from the feelings of legal cannabis use on a beautiful Saturday afternoon, but there are organized events taking place at York Street, as well. In addition to the beautiful landscapes, the Botanic Gardens at York Street also offers access to indoor activities. For art connoisseurs, the Freyer-Newman Center is open from 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. daily and is included with the price of admission. Because marijuana use is legal in Denver, no one is surprised if you choose to view the art with a buzz on. If you have little one’s, you might choose to take them to the Mordecai Children’s Garden; it is open from June through October, and closed for the cold winter. The Helen Fowler library is also included with admission to York Street, and it’s a comfortable and amazing place to kick back with a good book or do some academic research. One thing I love about the outdoor gardens is that visitors are encouraged to take photos; all the botanic gardens around me do not allow pictures to be taken.