You can visit Funky, whimsical gardens in Kudahi

Former Kudhahi Alderwiman Jill Risley is organizing and sponsoring a garden tour of the South Shore community on June 25. The free tour has seven gardens and, according to Recely, ranges from “funny and hilarious to normal.”

The tour will take place from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm on the day of the visit with maps from the 3500 Library Dr.

Kudahi Family Library; Photo courtesy of Chris Winters

She said the visit was an extension of her personal mission as an Alder woman to “make Kudahin beautiful” by encouraging her residents to keep their property. Recely looking at a particularly well-maintained house and garden, she asks the landlord for permission to put a bright pink mark on their front door.

Recely said that despite losing the re-election bid in April, she said it was important for her to continue the mission because she wanted people outside the city to visit Kudahin.

“We don’t have a tour guide. I’m the only one, ”Recely said. “The whole tour is organized and paid for by me because I believe in this city and we offer it to all who are willing to come.”

Kudahi Family Library; Photo courtesy of Chris Winters

The first garden on the visit was an Irish garden at the south entrance of the library, designed and donated by the late Michael Kudhai and his wife Lisa. Prominent local philanthropist and businessman Kudahi passed away at the age of 97 in March. Kudhai sold the company in 1998 to the GE Medical System for more than $ 800 million.

“I believe that something is appealing to everyone,” she says.






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