The table setting competition at The Big Fresno Fair always draws a crowd, and Judy Hartman is the six-time champion. It took her about three months to come up with a design, and an hour to set it up on Friday, Sept. 22.
Aleksandra KonstantinovicThe Fresno Bee
These aren't your ordinary dinner tables
Curb Appeal: Custom-built Sugarloaf Ranch is a labor of love nestled in the foothills
St. Bernard breaks world record for longest dog tongue
2017 Spring Garden Tour garden features a creek, chickens and a vegetable garden
Her azaleas explode with color thanks to a bounty of rain
Clovis Botanical Garden springs into Spring
Plant Nite combines succulents and wine tasting
Michelle Obama kicks off her last White House Kitchen Garden fall harvest
Hate raking leaves? This video is for you
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Video: Homeowners plant a drought tolerant landscape
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Sugarloaf Ranch, a nearly 5,000 square foot home, is nestled in the foothills northeast of Clovis. It features a three-sided fireplace, Idaho quartzite for the patio, dual staircases, a guest house, and wine cellar.
Mochi “Mo” Rickert, an eight-year-old St. Bernard from Sioux Falls, South Dakota, now holds the Guinness World Records for having the Longest tongue on a dog. Her tongue measures 7.31 inches in length. According to a Guinness press release, "It enables her to eat quickly and sometimes causes her to fling food up to two or four feet across a room!"
Jan and George Scheidt, of Clovis, have turned a basketball court space in their back yard into a vegetable garden, small orchard and chicken coop. The Scheidt Garden, which also features a running creek, is one of 7 gardens that will be open to visitors for the Fresno County Master Gardener's upcoming Spring Garden Tour 2017 on Saturday, April 29th from 9am to 5pm.
Pat Wynne, Clovis Botanical Garden vice president, gives an overview of the city’s botanical treasure, updates to the enlarged garden and details the upcoming Spring Into Your Garden event on March 25.
First Lady Michelle Obama joins students and sponsors from across the country to harvest the White House Kitchen Garden for her final time as First Lady of the United States. Special guests included chef José Andrés, singer-songwriter Ashanti, Sesame Street's Elmo and Rosita.
There are benefits to keeping leaves in your yard but you do need to mow or shred them to be sure they break down rapidly. Advanced Master Gardener Debbie Courson Smith from Boise, Idaho, also explains how leaves can be used as mulch in the yard and garden in this 23rd edition of the Statesman's Dig In garden video series.