In harmony with Mother Nature with Moon Gardening January 2015

May you live in harmony with Mother Nature as you garden with the Moon this January,

 

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Mother Nature starts the month off with a perfect day to plant, sow and prune for growth.

May your year be the same, as you grow in self understanding, release the unwanted patterns and explore life in all its glory.

Here is the link to the Earth Moon and Stars newsletter.

2015 1 January Earth Moon and Stars with Kerry Galea print version

You will find all sorts of information.

For those of you who want just the Moon Gardening planting times here is an excerpt.

Continue being green and brilliant

Thank you

Kerry

Gazing out the window I can see the fruit and veggie patch and this month it looks like some crazy Gipsy/Bedouin camp with groups of plants festooned with black or white bird netting held on to the supports with brightly colored plastic pegs.At least this year we get the crops first…. and not the birds!

DatesAEDT  Moon Position and Phase Ancient Moon GardeningPlanting and sowing days
1st JanHappy New Year Waxing Fertile 2nd Quarter Perfect for all sowing and planting.Especially for vegetables that bear fruits or seeds for eating. 
5th Jan Full Moon in Cancer Official gardeners rest day.Harvest and share an attitude of protective and love. 
12th Jan Waning Fertile Moon3rd Quarter Plant root crops
21st Jan New Moon in Aquarius Rest and do nothing. Cultivate and grow an attitude that
23rd 24th Jan Waxing Fertile 1st Quarter Perfect for all sowing and planting.Especially for vegetables whose leaves we eat. 
27th 28thJan Waxing Fertile 2nd Quarter Perfect for all sowing and planting.Especially for vegetables that bear fruits or seeds for eating. 
The Super Almanac has timing for every possible garden task. Check out my website to see a sample copy for yourself.The Easy Moon Gardening Planning Calendar

12 months $ 25 emailed or $ 35 posted

 

The Ancient Moon Gardening Super Almanac

Over 40 pages each season

12 months $ 66 posted or  $ 49 emailed

 

 

 

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