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Please join us at one of the top 10 private gardens in the United States for music, wine and hors d’oeuvres to support Succeed2gether’s after-school program. Don’t miss the chance to see this spectacular 2-acre private garden, which has been featured in Garden Design magazine, the New York Times and many other publications. The garden hosts will be available to answer questions and provide highlights of the last 23 years. The garden has evolved from a scant half acre to over 2 1/2 acres, designed by the well-known garden designer Richard Hartlage (who recently designed the herb garden at the Brooklyn Botanical Garden) in full collaboration with Silas Mountsier and Graeme Hardie. It is a magnificent, ever-evolving testament to the owner’s desire to create a verdant oasis in urban living. It’s rarely open to the public, so please take this opportunity to feast your eyes, rest your soul and support an excellent program!

When: October 16, 3-5 p.m. (rain date: October 23, same time)
Where: 205 Rutgers Place. Nutley NJ

Buy tickets today!

Individual Tickets $100







Sponsorship Packages

Bamboo Bronze- $500 includes two tickets and garden tour by owners.






Hakonechloa Gold $1,000 includes two tickets, garden tour by owners, name and logo on program, and a $100 gift certificate from a local garden center.





Hornbeam Hedge Sponsor $2,000 includes two tickets, garden tour by owners, name and logo on program, a $200 gift certificate from a local garden center and a free consultation from renowned landscape artist Jennifer Bakshi owner of Urban Oasis Landscape Design.






Our Mission

The mission of Succeed2gether is to teach life skills and provide services and resources for the well-being and economic success of those most in need.

We provide one-on-one after-school tutoring to students in grades 3-8 four days a week in math, language arts, social studies and science.

Our team of volunteer tutors is made up of current and retired educators, business professionals, and high school and college students.