Archive | March 2017

Be inspired with Moon Gardening Planting dates March 2017

Hello and Welcome to March,

Gazing out the window I can see the veggie patch and this month the sweet corn has been giving its abundant crops. I love the rustle of stalks as they shimmer in the wind. The tomatoes have moved into overdrive to make up for a late season and I think I have had quite enough of cucumbers! The last heat wave halted the beans but they are full of more flowers and small beans again. The break has done us all good as the week’s respite has meant I am ready to eat beans again! The lemons and grapefruit gave of their last fruit, but the next season crops is already developing.

The Autumn issue of the Ancient Moon Gardening Almanac and the Easy Planning Calendar has been sent out to all the wonderful members. May your gardens grow great!

Watching nature and plants grow is a metaphor for life. This month I learnt that even if it looks like nothing much will come of it and you don’t gather in what you expected….keep giving it attention and be patient.

For the full newsletter click on the following link….

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or scroll down for the planting dates for march.

May your garden, and life, be abundant!

Kerry

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Dates

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Moon Position and Phase Ancient Moon Gardening

Planting and sowing days

3rd 4th March Waxing Fertile 1st Quarter Perfect for all sowing and planting.

Especially for vegetables whose leaves we eat.

 

7th 8th March Waxing Fertile 2nd Quarter Perfect for all sowing and planting.

Especially for vegetables that bear fruits or seeds for eating.

 

13th March Full Moon

in Virgo

Official gardeners rest day so do nothing. J Rest and share your observations of nature.

 

15th 16th 17th 18th March Waning Fertile Moon

3rd Quarter

Plant root crops
28th March New Moon

in Aries

 

Rest and do nothing. Cultivate and grow an enterprising attitude.
30th 31st March Waxing Fertile 1st Quarter Perfect for all sowing and planting.

Especially for vegetables whose leaves we eat.

 

Did you know that there is a perfect time to prune for growth and a different time to prune to minimize growth?

Did you know that there is a perfect time to treat animals and pets for insects and parasites?

Did you know that there is a perfect time to get a haircut or color so they last longer?

Did you know that there is a perfect time to do maintenance so it happens easily and efficiently?

Did you know that there is a perfect time to spray fertilizers and poison plants to maximize impact?

The Super Almanac has timing for every possible garden task!

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

Enjoy your garden!

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

 

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