Archive | September 2016

Be Inspired with Moon Gardening Planting dates September 2016

Hello and Welcome to September, the beginning of Spring,

or is it? Some say (especially America and Canada) that the season change on the solstices and equinox and thus Spring really begins with Equinox on the 23rd September.

No matter what we say; Mother Nature blithely goes about and does her own thing. What a Lady!

So you are in harmony with Mother Nature I have attached my Earth Moon and Stars Newsletter here,

2017 9 September Earth Moon and Stars Newsletter with Kerry Galea print edition..

For those that just want a quick look at the Planting dates…. scroll down.

May your month be full of abundance and joy in the garden and in all areas of life.

Kerry

Dates

AEST

 

Moon Position and Phase Ancient Moon Gardening

Planting and sowing days

1st Sep New Moon

in Virgo with minor Solar Eclipse not seen in Australia

 

Rest and do nothing. Cultivate and grow self-reliance
3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th and

morning of the 8th Sep

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

Especially for vegetables whose leaves we eat.

 

11th 12th Sep Waxing Fertile 2nd Quarter Perfect for all sowing and planting.

Especially for vegetables that bear fruits or seeds for eating.

 

17th Sep Full Moon

in Pisces with very minor Lunar Eclipse barely visible here

Official gardeners rest day so put your feet up!

Harvest and share a healthy dose of compassion

 

Afternoon of the 19th then 20th and 21st Sep Waning Fertile Moon

3rd Quarter

Plant root crops
 

The Super Almanac has timing for every possible garden task, including Pruning for growth and Pruning to limit growth, feeding, treating pests and diseases in plants and animals, harvesting; even haircuts!

Enjoy your garden! Enjoy life!

 

 

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My wet winter Silky

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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