May’s Moon Gardening Planting Days

Hello and Welcome to May,
A month that is acting more like spring than autumn. Once the cold hits, we will feel it!
Please click on this link for your Earth Moon and Stars newsletter with your Astrology forecast and Moon planting days.
5 May 2018 Earth Moon and Stars Newsletter with Kerry Galea print issue

 

For a quick peek at the Moon Gardening days scroll down…. but you will be missing out on a dose of inspiration by missing the whole newsletter.
May your month be a great one with smiles and abundance in all areas of life

Dates

AEST

 

Moon Position and Phase Ancient Moon Gardening

Planting and sowing days

4th (pm),

5th 6th May

Waning Fertile Moon

3rd Quarter

Plant root crops
15th May New Moon

in Taurus

 

Rest and try to do nothing. Grow and develop patience.
18th 19th Waxing Fertile 1st Quarter Perfect for all sowing and planting.

Especially for vegetables whose leaves we eat.

 

25th 26th 27th 28th May Waxing Fertile 2nd Quarter Perfect for all sowing and planting.

Especially for vegetables that bear fruits or seeds for eating.

 

30th May Full Moon

in Sagittarius

Official gardeners rest day, so do nothing. J

Share your knowledge.

 

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

 

The Easy Planning Calendar has timing for every possible garden task!

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


7 thoughts on “May’s Moon Gardening Planting Days

  1. Oh my! It just occurred to me that the phases of the moon correspond to the opposite seasons in the Southern Hemisphere! I never would have given that any thought. It is spring for us, so the phases of the moon must mean very different things here!

    • Hello Tony, sorry for the delay… yes its the last month of Autumn here…. but when the phase and position of the Moon says to plant (waxing and in a fertile sign) we are planting our shrubs and trees along with our winter annuals and our winter veggies. We don’t plant trees (or a wise gardener shouldn’t) in spring, as the summers are hot and it means the trees need lots of tender loving care and fussing.
      You on the other hand are planting your summer annuals and vegies.. unless its snow in your part of the world. So at the same time we are doing the same thing ….but with very different plants. Happy Gardening…. Kerry

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