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Moon Planting calendar of March

2024 Moon phase calendar for gardening by the moon in the vegetable patch and flower beds.

Follow the moon's phases when planting and caring for plants in 2024: you'll grow beautiful seedlings, flowers, and harvest abundant crops.

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01 March
Flower day
Rising moon
Ephemeris:

Before 2:05 PM (14:05), with an ascending moon:

LANDSCAPING: again, short opportunity to sow annuals directly in flower beds: love-in-a-mist, cosmos, Virginia stock, California poppy... / Indoors (68-72°F or 20-22°C), in a bright spot, sow pelargonium, clove pink and semperflorens begonia in trays (don't cover the begonia seeds).

VEGETABLE PATCH: Sow cauliflower and broccoli cabbage under a cold frame.

After 2:05 PM (14:05), the moon begins to descend:

LANDSCAPING: Prune repeat-blooming roses: cut back shrubby roses down to 8-12 inches (20-30 cm) and shorten stems from taller rose trees (in mild climates, also remove ridging, but wait for next month if in a colder area) / Last chance to plant bare-root rose trees: dress the roots up with root dip before planting / Plant all perennials sold in nursery pots, and grasses, too / Fertilize peony flowers (potassium-rich organic fertilizer to spread around the base and work into the soil) / Trim lavender and santolina / Prune crape myrtle, buddleia, snowberry, tamarisk and hydrangea / Transplant begonia that were sown on February 9 and 10 into larger trays / Prepare cuttings from fuchsia and chrysanthemum.

VEGETABLE PATCH: In mild regions, remove winter protections on artichoke and collect rooted offshoots from each / If not done yet, transplant in individual nursery pots cauliflower sown in January and early February, keep indoors for the time being.

02 March
Flower day
Descending Moon
Ephemeris:

LANDSCAPING: 2nd day for pruning repeat-blooming roses: cut back shrubby roses down to 8-12 inches (20-30 cm) and shorten stems from taller rose trees (in mild climates, also remove ridging, but leave it if in a colder area) / Last chance to plant bare-root rose trees: dress the roots up with root dip before planting / Plant all perennials sold in nursery pots, and grasses, too / Fertilize peony flowers (potassium-rich organic fertilizer to spread around the base and work into the soil) / Trim lavender and santolina / Prune crape myrtle, buddleia, snowberry, tamarisk and hydrangea / Transplant begonia that were sown on February 9 and 10 into larger trays / Prepare cuttings from fuchsia and chrysanthemum.

VEGETABLE PATCH: 2nd day, in mild regions, for removing winter protections on artichoke; collect rooted offshoots as you go / If not done yet, transplant in individual nursery pots cauliflower sown in January and early February, keep indoors for the time being.

03 March
Leaf Day
Descending Moon
Ephemeris:

Don't garden before 1 PM (13:00) – moon is at apogee at 6 PM (18:00)

Before 9:53 AM, flower day:

LANDSCAPING: 3rd day for pruning repeat-blooming roses: cut back shrubby roses down to 8-12 inches (20-30 cm) and shorten stems from taller rose trees (in mild climates, also remove ridging, but wait for another month in a colder areas) / Last chance to plant bare-root rose trees: dress the roots up with root dip before planting / Plant all perennials sold in nursery pots, and grasses, too / Fertilize peony flowers (potassium-rich organic fertilizer to spread around the base and work into the soil) / Trim lavender and santolina / Prune crape myrtle, buddleia, snowberry, tamarisk and hydrangea / Transplant begonia that were sown on February 9 and 10 into larger trays / Prepare cuttings from fuchsia and chrysanthemum.

VEGETABLE PATCH: 3rd day, in mild regions, for removing winter protections on artichoke; collect rooted offshoots as you go / If not done yet, transplant in individual nursery pots cauliflower sown in January and early February, keep indoors for the time being.

After 9:53 PM (09:53), entering a leaf day:

VEGETABLE PATCH: Transplant February-sown lettuce under a cold frame
Plant asparagus crowns on ridges.

LANDSCAPING: Remove moss from lawns / Keep trimming boxwood edges / Plant deciduous and evergreen shrubs.

04 March
Leaf Day
Descending Moon
Ephemeris:

VEGETABLE PATCH: 2nd day to transplant February-sown lettuce under a cold frame / Plant asparagus crowns on ridges.

LANDSCAPING: 2nd day to remove moss from lawns / Keep trimming boxwood edges / Plant deciduous and evergreen shrubs.

05 March
Fruit Day
Descending Moon
Ephemeris:

ORCHARD: If the weather is mild, prune (3-buds or eyes) trained and espalier apple, pear, apricot and peach trees; if not done previously, remove mummified fruit, dead or unhealthy branches, and spray bordeaux mixture / Also prune olive, grapevine and actinidia / Finish pruning small berry shrubs and use the trimmings to start cuttings (gooseberry and red currant).

VEGETABLE PATCH: Ridge faba beans if they've reached 8 inches already (20 cm) / If needed, transplant tomato seedlings.

06 March
Fruit Day
Descending Moon
Ephemeris:

ORCHARD: 2nd day, if the weather is mild, for 3-bud pruning of trained and espalier apple, pear, apricot and peach trees; if not done previously, remove mummified fruit, dead or unhealthy branches, and spray bordeaux mixture / Also prune olive, grapevine and actinidia / Finish pruning small berry shrubs and use the trimmings to start cuttings (gooseberry and red currant).

VEGETABLE PATCH: 2nd day for ridging faba beans if they've reached 8 inches (20 cm) / If needed, transplant tomato seedlings.

07 March
Fruit Day
Descending Moon
Full moon
Ephemeris:

ORCHARD: 3rd day, if the weather is mild, for 3-bud pruning of trained and espalier apple, pear, apricot and peach trees; if not done previously, remove mummified fruit, dead or unhealthy branches, and spray bordeaux mixture / Also prune olive, grapevine and actinidia / Finish pruning small berry shrubs and use the trimmings to start cuttings (gooseberry and red currant).

VEGETABLE PATCH: 3rd day for ridging faba beans if they've reached 8 inches (20 cm) / If needed, transplant tomato seedlings.

08 March
Roots Day
Descending Moon
Ephemeris:

VEGETABLE PATCH: Plant crosnes, horseradish and swede directly in the growing bed / Indoors, in nursery pots, plant Peruvian oca which isn't as hardy / Plant early potato if already germinated, with the sprouting bud facing up, depth 4 inches (10 cm) / Thin and weed carrot and radish sprouts / Prepare soil in plots for spring sowing of root vegetables: break up soil and topdress with compost.

09 March
Roots Day
Descending Moon
Ephemeris:

VEGETABLE PATCH: 2nd day for planting crosnes, horseradish and swede directly in the growing bed / Indoors, in nursery pots, plant Peruvian oca which isn't as hardy / Plant early potato if already germinated, with the sprouting bud facing up, depth 4 inches (10 cm) / Thin and weed carrot and radish sprouts / Prepare soil in plots for spring sowing of root vegetables: break up soil and topdress with compost.

10 March
Roots Day
Descending Moon
Ephemeris:

VEGETABLE PATCH: 3rd day for planting crosnes, horseradish and swede directly in the growing bed / Indoors, in nursery pots, plant Peruvian oca which isn't as hardy / Plant early potato if already germinated, with the sprouting bud facing up, depth 4 inches (10 cm) / Thin and weed carrot and radish sprouts / Prepare soil in plots for spring sowing of root vegetables: break up soil and topdress with compost.

11 March
Roots Day
Descending Moon
Ephemeris:

Don't garden before 1:55 PM (13:55) – lunar node at 8:53 AM

Before 3:30 PM (15:30), root day:

VEGETABLE PATCH: 4th day for planting crosnes, horseradish and swede directly in the growing bed / Indoors, in nursery pots, plant Peruvian oca which isn't as hardy / Plant early potato if already germinated, with the sprouting bud facing up, depth 4 inches (10 cm) / Thin and weed carrot and radish sprouts / Prepare soil in plots for spring sowing of root vegetables: break up soil and topdress with compost.

After 3:30 PM (15:30), entering a flower day:

LANDSCAPING: Prune repeat-blooming roses: cut back shrubby roses down to 8-12 inches (20-30 cm) and shorten stems from taller rose trees (in mild climates, also remove ridging, but wait for next month if in a colder area) / Last chance to plant bare-root rose trees: dress the roots up with root dip before planting / Plant all perennials sold in nursery pots, and grasses, too / Fertilize peony flowers (potassium-rich organic fertilizer to spread around the base and work into the soil) / Trim lavender and santolina / Prune crape myrtle, buddleia, snowberry, tamarisk and hydrangea / Transplant begonia that were sown in February into larger trays / Prepare cuttings from fuchsia and chrysanthemum.

VEGETABLE PATCH: Keep collecting artichoke offshoots (ovoli) / Thin cauliflower sprouts.

12 March
Flower day
Descending Moon
Ephemeris:

LANDSCAPING: 2nd day for pruning repeat-blooming roses: cut back shrubby roses down to 8-12 inches (20-30 cm) and shorten stems from taller rose trees (in mild climates, also remove ridging, but leave it if in a colder area) / Last chance to plant bare-root rose trees: dress the roots up with root dip before planting / Plant all perennials sold in nursery pots, and grasses, too / Fertilize peony flowers (potassium-rich organic fertilizer to spread around the base and work into the soil) / Trim lavender and santolina / Prune crape myrtle, buddleia, snowberry, tamarisk and hydrangea / Transplant begonia that were sown in February into larger trays / Prepare cuttings from fuchsia and chrysanthemum.

VEGETABLE PATCH: 2nd day for collecting artichoke offshoots (ovoli) / Thin cauliflower sprouts.

13 March
Leaf Day
Descending Moon
Ephemeris:

LANDSCAPING: Plant evergreen shrubs and conifers, whether sold with bagged root clumps or in containers / Prune ornamental leaf shrubs (for evergreens, light trimming is enough), as well as topiary and boxwood edges / Run the de-thatcher across the lawn.

VEGETABLE PATCH: Plant asparagus: place each crown in a trench atop a ridge, close it up and water (expect 2 years before the first harvest) / Plant rhubarb or remove protective mulch / Divide clumps of sorrel, tarragon and chives / Thin lettuce sprouts and savor the ones you pulled out in mesclun.

14 March
Leaf Day
Descending Moon
Ephemeris:

LANDSCAPING: 2nd day for planting evergreen shrubs and conifers, whether sold with bagged root clumps or in containers / Prune ornamental leaf shrubs (for evergreens, light trimming is enough), as well as topiary and boxwood edges / Run the de-thatcher across the lawn.

VEGETABLE PATCH: 2nd day for planting asparagus: place each crown in a trench atop a ridge, close it up and water (expect 2 years before the first harvest) / Plant rhubarb or remove protective mulch / Divide clumps of sorrel, tarragon and chives / Thin lettuce sprouts and savor the ones you pulled out in mesclun.

15 March
Fruit Day
Descending Moon
Last quarter
Ephemeris:

ORCHARD: Before the moon starts ascending this evening, finish planting berry shrubs and fruit trees / Finish pruning trained fruit trees, at 3 eyes (or buds): apple, pear, apricot, peach) and spray bordeaux mixture / Finish pruning olive, grapevine and actinidia / Finish pruning small berry shrubs and use the trimmings to start cuttings (gooseberry and red currant).

VEGETABLE PATCH: Ridge faba beans if they've reached 8 inches already (20 cm) / If needed, transplant seedlings into individual nursery pots: tomato, eggplant, bell pepper and chili.

16 March
Fruit Day
Rising moon
Ephemeris:

VEGETABLE PATCH: Sow Cucurbitaceae crops indoors in trays (cantaloupe, watermelon, squash, zucchini, pickle, cucumber), to transplant into individual pots when still with 2 cotyledon leaves / Indoors, as well, sow eggplant, tomato, bell pepper and chili pepper / You can sow faba bean and pea directly in the ground.

ORCHARD: If you've gathered scions from your fruit trees previously, now is when to start grafting them (cleft graft and triangular graft).

17 March
Fruit Day
Rising moon
Ephemeris:

Before 12:39 PM (12:39), fruit & seed day:

VEGETABLE PATCH: 2nd day for sowing Cucurbitaceae crops indoors in trays (cantaloupe, watermelon, squash, zucchini, pickle, cucumber), to transplant into individual pots when still with 2 cotyledon leaves / Indoors, as well, sow eggplant, tomato, bell pepper and chili pepper / You can sow faba bean and pea directly in the ground.

ORCHARD: 2nd day, if you've gathered scions previously, for grafting fruit trees (cleft graft and triangular graft).

After 12:39 PM (12:39), entering a root day:

VEGETABLE PATCH: Sow root parsley in place (harvest in 3 months for leaves, 6 months for roots) / Sow parsnip in the plot / Under a cold frame or tunnel (no need for protection in mild regions), sow monthly cycle radish.

18 March
Roots Day
Rising moon
Ephemeris:

VEGETABLE PATCH: 2nd day for sowing root parsley in place (harvest in 3 months for leaves, 6 months for roots) / Sow parsnip in the plot / Under a cold frame or tunnel (no need for protection in mild regions), sow monthly cycle radish.

19 March
Flower day
Rising moon
Ephemeris:

Don't garden after 10:10 AM – moon is at perigee at 3:12 PM (15:12)

Before 8:51 AM, root day:

VEGETABLE PATCH: 3rd day for sowing root parsley in place (harvest in 3 months for leaves, 6 months for roots) / Sow parsnip in the plot / Under a cold frame or tunnel (no need for protection in mild regions), sow monthly cycle radish.

After 08:51 AM, entering a flower day:

LANDSCAPING: Prepare hibiscus cuttings in water, indoors / In the flower bed, sow annuals that aren't vulnerable to the cold: zinnia, California poppy, clarkia, delphinium, cosmos, sweet alyssus, nigella, mallow... / In a tray, indoors, sow petunia and impatiens (don't cover the seeds).

VEGETABLE PATCH: Sow cauliflower and broccoli in a nursery.

20 March
Flower day
Rising moon
Ephemeris:

LANDSCAPING: 2nd day for preparing hibiscus cuttings in water, indoors / In the flower bed, sow annuals that aren't vulnerable to the cold: zinnia, California poppy, clarkia, delphinium, cosmos, sweet alyssus, nigella, mallow... / In a tray, indoors, sow petunia and impatiens (don't cover the seeds).

VEGETABLE PATCH: 2nd day for sowing cauliflower and broccoli in a nursery.

Note: spring equinox at 9:24 PM (21:24). No influence on gardening.

21 March
Flower day
Rising moon
New moon
Ephemeris:

Before 12:43 PM (12:43), flower day:

LANDSCAPING: 3rd day for preparing hibiscus cuttings in water, indoors / In the flower bed, sow annuals that aren't vulnerable to the cold: zinnia, California poppy, clarkia, delphinium, cosmos, sweet alyssus, nigella, mallow... / In a tray, indoors, sow petunia and impatiens (don't cover the seeds).

VEGETABLE PATCH: 3rd day for sowing cauliflower and broccoli in a nursery.

After 12:43 PM (12:43), entering a leaf day:

VEGETABLE PATCH: Sow branch celery under a cold frame, on a hot bed or even just indoors (required is 60°F or 15°C); keep soil moist until sprouts grow 3 leaves - transfer out in the open after the last frost / In place, sow orache, and in places where hard freezing is by now unlikely, sow New Zealand spinach / Sow in the plot (with a tunnel) or in a well-exposed nursery your first escarole and curly endive; another option is to sow in a tray indoors to speed germination / Under a cold frame or in a nursery, sow Brussels sprouts and white cabbage / Indoors (65-68°F or 18-20 °C), sow basil; bring it outdoors in May.

22 March
Leaf Day
Rising moon
Ephemeris:

VEGETABLE PATCH: 2nd day for sowing branch celery under a cold frame, on a hot bed or even just indoors (required is 60°F or 15°C); keep soil moist until sprouts grow 3 leaves - transfer out in the open after the last frost / In place, sow orache, and in places where hard freezing is by now unlikely, sow New Zealand spinach / Sow in the plot (with a tunnel) or in a well-exposed nursery your first escarole and curly endive; another option is to sow in a tray indoors to speed germination / Under a cold frame or in a nursery, sow Brussels sprouts and white cabbage / Indoors (65-68°F or 18-20 °C), sow basil; bring it outdoors in May.

23 March
Leaf Day
Rising moon
Ephemeris:

Before 4:53 PM (16:53), leaf day:

VEGETABLE PATCH: 3rd day to sow branch celery under a cold frame, on a hot bed or even just indoors (required is 60°F or 15°C); keep soil moist until sprouts grow 3 leaves - transfer out in the open after the last frost / In place, sow orache, and in places where hard freezing is by now unlikely, sow New Zealand spinach / Sow in the plot (with a tunnel) or in a well-exposed nursery your first escarole and curly endive; another option is to sow in a tray indoors to speed germination / Under a cold frame or in a nursery, sow Brussels sprouts and white cabbage / Indoors (65-68°F or 18-20 °C), sow basil; bring it outdoors in May.

After 4:53 PM (16:53), entering a fruit & seed day:

ORCHARD: Keep grafting fruit trees, either cleft grafts or triangular grafts.

VEGETABLE PATCH: Sow round pea, wrinkled pea and mangetout, faba bean / Indoors, sow melon and other Cucurbitaceae crops.

24 March
Fruit Day
Rising moon
Ephemeris:

Don't garden before 7:05 AM – lunar node at 2:07 AM

ORCHARD: 2nd day for grafting fruit trees, either cleft grafts or triangular grafts.

VEGETABLE PATCH: 2nd day for sowing round pea, wrinkled pea and mangetout, as well as faba bean / Indoors, sow melon and other Cucurbitaceae plants.

25 March
Fruit Day
Rising moon
Ephemeris:

Before 4:16 PM (16:16), fruit & seed day:

ORCHARD: 3rd day for grafting fruit trees, either cleft grafts or triangular grafts.

VEGETABLE PATCH: 3rd day for sowing round pea, wrinkled pea and mangetout, as well as faba bean / Indoors, sow melon and other Cucurbitaceae plants.

After 4:16 PM (16:16), entering a root day:

VEGETABLE PATCH: Sow salsify directly in the growing bed (with a tunnel in colder regions) / Sow carrot in the plot / Sow kohlrabi, indoors (70-80°F or 20-25 °C), in crates with light substrate: cover seeds thinly and keep moist / Sow leek in a cold frame for summer and fall harvests - thin every 2 inches (5 cm) soon after sprouting and transplant once before planting in the growing bed / Sow parsnip in the plot / Sow monthly cycle radishes in the plot under a cold frame or tunnel (no need for protection in mild regions).

26 March
Roots Day
Rising moon
Ephemeris:

VEGETABLE PATCH: 2nd day for sowing salsify directly in the growing bed (with a tunnel in colder regions) / Sow carrot in the plot / Sow kohlrabi, indoors (70-80°F or 20-25 °C), in crates with light substrate: cover seeds thinly and keep moist / Sow leek in a cold frame for summer and fall harvests - thin every 2 inches (5 cm) soon after sprouting and transplant once before planting in the growing bed / Sow parsnip in the plot / Sow monthly cycle radishes in the plot under a cold frame or tunnel (no need for protection in mild regions).

27 March
Roots Day
Rising moon
Ephemeris:

VEGETABLE PATCH: 3rd day for sowing salsify directly in the growing bed (with a tunnel in colder regions) / Sow carrot in the plot / Sow kohlrabi, indoors (70-80°F or 20-25 °C), in crates with light substrate: cover seeds thinly and keep moist / Sow leek in a cold frame for summer and fall harvests - thin every 2 inches (5 cm) soon after sprouting and transplant once before planting in the growing bed / Sow parsnip in the plot / Sow monthly cycle radishes in the plot under a cold frame or tunnel (no need for protection in mild regions).

28 March
Flower day
Rising moon
Ephemeris:

Before 11:22 AM, root day:

VEGETABLE PATCH: 4th day for sowing salsify directly in the growing bed (with a tunnel in colder regions) / Sow carrot in the plot / Sow kohlrabi, indoors (70-80°F or 20-25 °C), in crates with light substrate: cover seeds thinly and keep moist / Sow leek in a cold frame for summer and fall harvests - thin every 2 inches (5 cm) soon after sprouting and transplant once before planting in the growing bed / Sow parsnip in the plot / Sow monthly cycle radishes in the plot under a cold frame or tunnel (no need for protection in mild regions).

After 11:22 AM, entering a flower day:

LANDSCAPING: Short span of time, before the moon starts descending in the evening, to sow cup-and-saucer vine (in nursery pots), hibiscus moscheutos, New Guinea impatiens; transfer to the ground after the last frost / In the growing bed directly, sow annuals that don't fear the cold: everlasting, centaury, love-in-a-mist, sweet alyssum, delphinium, clarkia, sweet pea (with a lattice for this last one) / In the ground, under shelter, start sowing whiteweed, columbine, four o'clock flower, gypsophila, carnation, Aztec marigold, all to be transferred to the ground in May / Cut wilted tulip stems, but don't remove leaves until completely yellow.

29 March
Flower day
Descending Moon
First quarter
Ephemeris:

LANDSCAPING: Prune buddleia, perovskia, crape myrtle, etc if not done already / Transplant begonia and pelargonium into individual pots from those sown in January or February / Divide lily-of-the-Nile, rudbeckia, aster, Jupiter's helm... / Transplant lilac bought in containers to the ground / Plant lily-of-the-valley root cuttings.

VEGETABLE PATCH: Remove ridges or mulch from your artichoke stems; retain only 2 or 3 offshoots (buds) per plant, and re-plant the ones you cut off elsewhere in groups of 3.

30 March
Flower day
Descending Moon
Ephemeris:

Before 5:05 PM (17:05), flower day:

LANDSCAPING: 2nd day to prune buddleia, perovskia, crape myrtle, etc if not done already / Transplant begonia and pelargonium into individual pots from those sown in January or February / Divide lily-of-the-Nile, rudbeckia, aster, Jupiter's helm... / Transplant lilac bought in containers to the ground / Plant lily-of-the-valley root cuttings.

VEGETABLE PATCH: 2nd day to remove ridges or mulch from your artichoke stems; retain only 2 or 3 offshoots (buds) per plant, and re-plant the ones you cut off elsewhere in groups of 3.

After 5:05 PM (17:05), entering a leaf day:

VEGETABLE PATCH: Thin spring headed lettuce seedlings sown under a cold frame in February-March (eat the seedlings you pull out for greens), and those of spinach and dandelion / Transplant cabbage and lettuce / Plant or divide tarragon, chives, rhubarb, sorrel, lemon verbena, and provide them with compost.

LANDSCAPING: De-thatch your lawn after mowing.

31 March
Leaf Day
Descending Moon
Ephemeris:

Don't garden before 4:20 PM (16:20) – moon is at apogee at 11:17 AM

VEGETABLE PATCH: 2nd day for thinning spring headed lettuce seedlings sown under a cold frame in February-March (eat the seedlings you pull out for greens), and those of spinach and dandelion / Transplant cabbage and lettuce / Plant or divide tarragon, chives, rhubarb, sorrel, lemon verbena, and provide them with compost.

LANDSCAPING: 2nd day for dethatching your lawn after mowing.

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Day Moon Moon disc

* Times on this calendar are for the North Hemisphere. They're given in Universal Time (GMT), meaning they're computed based on the Greenwich meridian.

Depending on where you live, you can adjust the time down to the exact minute to have your true "local moon planting time". If you're East of the Greenwich meridian, you must add minutes; if West, subtract them. A good rule of thumb is to consider your time zone: if your local time is GMT+1, as in Paris, then you must add an hour; if it's GMT-5, as in New York, you must subtract 5 hours. A node at 3PM GMT in London will take place at 4PM (16:00) in Paris and 10AM in New York. You can even adjust for minutes in the same manner, if you're far east or west within your time zone.

In addition, in some parts of the world, you might have to adjust these times because of "Daylight Saving Time". In this case, you should adjust by an hour compared to Standard Time, in addition to the modification resulting from your timezone.

** Gardening isn't recommended 5-6 hours before and after a lunar node, apogee or perigee.

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  • Lu Narine wrote on 27 May 2024 at 21 h 01 min

    I’m mystified why 5 days of the end of May are missing from the website.ie May 27-31.
    Hard to know what tasks are best done during this period. Do you have the data to email me?

    Was this an oversight or intentional? I find your site is SUCH an asset to my gardening and I appreciate it!!!!!

  • Susan Vaughn wrote on 22 May 2024 at 4 h 19 min

    Can I transplant a “Japanese Maple” after May 21-May 31st. 2024? The plant is 2′ high

  • Kay Dunbar wrote on 8 April 2024 at 5 h 31 min

    I love the calendars that my pharmacy puts out every year which show the best sign of the moon when to plant flowers and garden with seeds or plants and has a sheet at back or calendar with information. It has all the information about that you need for flowers and garden but I never got one this year . He was out when I went so I got on the computer to see what I could find. I just came upon this but haven’t got to read all of it but what I have seen, looks like you have covered everything for flowers and garden.

  • Barb wrote on 6 January 2024 at 17 h 32 min

    On the Planting by the Moon calendar for Jan 6 2024 there is a statement which indicates it is time to “set up rose hips” for grafting. How exactly do you set up rose hips?