A month ago, I visited the Atlanta Botanical Gardens and enjoyed their spectacular show "Imaginary Worlds" which was composed of giant mosaicultures. I especially liked the 25-foot-tall earth goddess who watched over the dragonflies and damselflies of the cascading pools. I was also very impressed with their children's garden, which included a tiny pea-patch garden, a sandbox dinosaur nest, Peter Rabbit's tool shed, a butterfly arch and caterpillar tunnel, a waterfall with elves, and a sunflower fountain to run and play in. It was pretty magical, and it was packed with parents and children exploring and playing. Yay! What could be better on a 95+ degree day?