Archive | February 2015

February’s Inspiring Moon Gardening and Astrology Tips

Hello All,

The Moon is smiling and its time to see what to do this month. I have added a link to my full Earth Moon and Stars newsletter

where you will see what to do to be in Lunar rhythm also your Astrology Sun Sign Forecast along with what to see in the beautiful southern hemisphere night skies.Atlanta Botanical gardens sculpture planted with annuals

2015 2 February Earth Moon and Stars with Kerry Galea print version

but for those you want a quick peek here is the Moon Gardening and may you have a wonderful month.

Kerry 🙂

 

Dates

AEDT

 

Moon Position and Phase Ancient Moon Gardening

Planting and sowing days

1st 2nd Feb Waxing Fertile 2nd Quarter Perfect for all sowing and planting.

Especially for vegetables that bear fruits or seeds for eating.

 

4th Feb Full Moon

Apply this by appreciation your edible weeds.

 

Official gardeners rest day so do nothing. J

Harvest and share an attitude of warmth and affection to all.

 

8th 9th 10th 11th

Feb

Waning Fertile Moon

3rd Quarter

Plant root crops
12th Waning Fertile Moon 4th Quarter Maintenance only
19th Feb New Moon

Apply this by growing a strange new plant.

 

Rest and do nothing. Cultivate and grow an attitude that accepts the unconventional.

 

23rd in the

afternoon then

24th 25th

Feb

Waxing Fertile 1st Quarter Perfect for all sowing and planting.

Especially for vegetables whose leaves we eat.

 

28th Feb Waxing Fertile 2nd Quarter Perfect for all sowing and planting.

Especially for vegetables that bear fruits or seeds for eating.

 

AEDT

Times 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

The Super Almanac has timing for every possible garden task.

Pop over to my website to see a copy for yourself.

Kerry Galea  http://www.ancientmoongardening.com.au

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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