The short and sweet version of the Moon Cycle for your garden.

Hello and thank you for the comments. Some of you prefer the short and sweet Ancient Moon Gardening Mini Almanac and others like the full Earth Moon and Stars newsletter.

So you will give you both and which one you open is up to you. I take my cue off the Moon, a very adaptable lady!

The help that the Moon can give is amazing!

Be green and grow great

Kerry

🙂

Dates

AEST

November

Moon Position and Phase

Ancient Moon Gardening

 

Planting and sowing days

3rd New Moon in Scorpio Rest and do nothing. Cultivate an attitude of commitment. 
7th 8th9th am only Waxing Fertile 1st Quarter Perfect for all sowing and planting. Especially for vegetables whose leaves we eat.  
11th pm only12th 13th 16th Waxing Fertile 2nd Quarter Perfect for all sowing and planting. Especially for vegetables that bear fruits or seeds for eating. 
18th Full Moon in Taurus Official gardeners rest day so do nothing. JHarvest an attitude of reliability.

 

20th pm only 21st23rd am only Waning Fertile Moon3rd Quarter Plant root crops
AEDTTimes are correct for Vic NSW and Tas S.A. subtract ½ hour. QLD subtract 1 hour W.A subtract 3 hours N.T subtract 1.5 hours. N. Z add 2 hours

 

Now you know when to plant – you will want to know when to

 

  • prune to enhance growth,
  • prune to reduce growth,
  • fertilize,
  • weed,
  • harvest crops
  • treat pets for fleas and ticks
  • manage plant and animal diseases
  • and make gardening easier! 

 

Order the Ancient Moon Gardening Super Almanac – a fantastic tool for all gardeners!

 

Kerry Galea  Astrology, Palmistry and Ancient Moon Gardening

P: 0419 382 131

E: kerry@kerrygalea.com.au            W:www.kerrygalea.com.au

 W: http://www.ancientmoongardening.com.au

3 thoughts on “The short and sweet version of the Moon Cycle for your garden.

  1. Hi Kerry

    I love your emails that I get from you. Please can you tell me how I go about fitting everything you say to work for us Canadian gardeners. I live in British Columbia Canada on Vancouver Island. I get disappointed when nothing I find that is any good applies to us. Thanks for all your time and help take care Cheryl

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    • Hello Cheryl,

      Thank you so much. While we are going to summer, you are going to winter. And I am really looking forward to the warmer weather! If you bear in mind that while you are a different time zone to me, you can still use the information. It depends where you are in Canada. I set the Almanac for AEST, or now its AEDT for daylight savings. All you need to do is google “time zone converter”. Put in your city, and mine which is near Melbourne Australia, and it will tell you the time difference. Then mentally add or subtract the hours to the Almanac.

      We have similarities as we are on each end of the globe and a long long way from what “they” think is the centre of the world! 🙂 Cheers to Aussies and Canadians everywhere! Thank you Kerry 🙂

    • Opps you told me where you where! And I looked it up and you need to take 19 hours off the times I give. So if I am 11am Monday morning; you are 4pm Sunday! Wow. 🙂 Have fun in your autumn garden while I have fun in my spring one. Thank you, Kerry

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