Series: Pleasantville Garden Club
Category: Pleasantville Public Access
Description: The Pleasantville Garden Club produces television programs to increase the community's knowledge and enjoyment of horticulture. Club members also value the importance of protecting our environment. Our programs feature experts in horticulture, gardening outdoors and indoors, flower arranging, and environmental issues by speakers who are well known gardeners including authors of gardening books. Meetings are held the first Thursday morning of each month from October to June. Members include residents of Pleasantville, Thornwood, Hawthorne, and Valhalla.
Producer(s): Billie Jean Sorensen,

82 episodes available

Episode: An Interview with Doug DeCandia
Airdate: 2019-10-30 | Guests: Doug DeCandia, Independent Grower and Soil Activist

Carolyn Ramsey, Master Gardener and Educator, interviews Doug DeCandia, Independent Grower and Soil Activist.
Episode: The Spirit of Stone
Airdate: 2018-04-05 | Guests: Jan Johnsen

Jan Johnsen is an award winning landscape designer based in northern Westchester County, New York. This show features her new book, "the Spirit of Stone".
Episode: How to Make Mozzarella
Airdate: 2018-09-05 | Guests: Ed Trotta

Ed Trotta, Trotta's House of Pasta, gives the Pleasantville Garden Club Members a master class on Mozzarella making.
Episode: Gardening and Cooking with Tomatoes
Airdate: 2017-01-09 | Guests: Miriam Rubin Carol Durst-Wertheim

Guest Host, Carol Durst-Wertheim, interviews Miriam Rubin, Food Writer and Cook Book Author, about Gardening and Cooking with Tomatoes: a subject of Miriam Rubin's new cook book.
Episode: Landscaping and Pruning
Airdate: 2016-04-28 | Guests: none

Host GG Kopilak has a conversation with Charles King Sadler, a local landscape architect and arborist, about gardening and landscaping for gardens.