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Orlando ranks as one of the best cities for naked gardening in the U.S.

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Orlando is one of the top 10 cities in the U.S. for naked gardening, according to a new survey.

The report to celebrate World Naked Gardening Day (it's real and it's spectacular) graded cities on metrics that included per-capita nudist population, legal friendliness to nudity and urban gardening, and, of course, cooperative weather. Orlando scored high on residents' ability to garden and be nude.

A look at the data shows Orlando topped the list in terms of nudists per-capita, with Miami and Tampa taking up two more slots in the top five. Other factors knocked Orlando down, including its forecasted heat and UV index, so that the City Nude-iful landed at No. 7 overall. Miami took the top slot. Austin, Atlanta and several West Coast cities let their freak flag fly before the list manages to get to Orlando.

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