Local garden holds tours to raise money for costly renovations

<p>Fans of a century-old garden in Yonkers are trying to raise money to fully restore the property.&nbsp;</p>

News 12 Staff

Jul 2, 2017, 9:03 PM

Updated 2,548 days ago

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Fans of a century-old garden in Yonkers are trying to raise money to fully restore the property.
Untermey Gardens, located off North Broadway, has been called "America's Greatest Forgotten Garden." Officials say it's the only major garden free to the public, but is in need of costly repairs.
"We are trying to renovate and restore of the beauty of this spot, which is an incredible spot along the Hudson River and a unique garden," said Susan Hesse, a tour guide at the garden.
The garden is owned by the city of Yonkers and there are tours every Sunday.


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