Frau Zinnie

Ornamental and edible gardening adventures.

 It's all about the daffodils!  The snap pea seeds that I sowed around March 20 are starting to emerge from the soil. Hey! That bike loo...
 Publishers Weekly recently posted a  great  review, which started off like this: "McGuinness, founder of the blog Frau Zinnie, applies...
 One part author talk, one part gardening class! I am so excited to be part of River Bend Bookshop's Virtual Author Event to launch &qu...
  Photo credit: Linda Lehmusvirta  I had the pleasure of being on the Central Texas Gardener show to talk about "Micro Food Gardening.&...
In 2021, I am sharing weekly updates of what is growing and blooming in my garden.   The Gold Shoulder daffodils, planted in 2014 and still ...
  As it begins to grow, rhubarb will benefit from a top-dressing of well-aged manure.  The growing season is officially underway, with snapd...
eBook release set for 3/30  "Micro Food Gardening" was included in a recent Publishers Weekly roundup: Feed Yourself, Feed the Pla...
 In 2021, I am sharing weekly updates of what is growing and blooming in my garden.    Holy hellebores! The hellebores are blooming like mad...
In 2021, I am sharing weekly updates of what is growing and blooming in my garden.   It's time for crocuses of all colors. The blooms st...
In 2021, I am sharing weekly updates of what is growing and blooming in my garden.  Under the lights   Back in late January I started viola...
 In 2021, I am sharing weekly updates of what is growing and blooming in my garden.  More snowdrops  Last week the snowdrops were beginning ...
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