The word on Los Angeles is that's it's all asphalt and fenced-off yards, but joke's on the haters, 'cause we've got Griffith and the Getty and, even better, a network of little under-the-radar parks and gardens and labyrinths where anyone can steal away for a little peace among nature. It's summer, so once again—with help from our readers—here's the latest version of our secret gardens map of Los Angeles, now with 29 lesser-known sites to explore. There are quiet rooftops, courtyards canopied in spectacular light art, folk art gardens, Japanese gardens galore, and of course the rocky oasis at the police academy. Most are open to the public in one form or another, but hours, access, and cost vary, so check the websites before you go. And please enjoy!