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Lunar Gardening = Grow Well!! Ancient Moon Gardening for Nov 2012 November 1, 2012

Posted by Kerry in Astrology, Garden, Moon Gardening.
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Moon Position and Phase  Ancient Moon Gardening 

Planting days

4th 5th Nov

Waning Fertile Moon

3rd Quarter


Plant root crops only





Waning Fertile Moon 4th Quarter


Maintenance only



New Moon

In Scorpio

Rest and do nothing

physical, but plan for

the month ahead.

Cultivate an attitude

of enthusiasm and

investigation. J





Waxing Fertile 1st Quarter

Perfect for all sowing

and planting. And for

vegetables whose

leaves we eat.








Waxing Fertile 2nd Quarter

Perfect for all sowing

and planting; especially

vegetables that bear

fruits or seeds for eating.




Full Moon

In Gemini

Official gardeners rest

day, so do nothing. J

Harvest inspiring

conversation and an

attitude of curiosity.


Times are correct for Vic NSW and Tas. S.A. subtract ½ hour. QLD subtract 1 hour.

W.A 3 hours in summer daylight savings time. N.T 1.5 hours in summer daylight savings time.In N. Z add 2 hours




Now you know when to plant – you will want to know when to


    • prune to enhance growth,

    • prune to reduce growth,

    • fertilize,

    • weed,

    • harvest crops

    • treat pets for fleas and ticks

    • manage plant and animal diseases

    • and make gardening easier! 


Order the Ancient Moon Gardening Super Almanac – a fantastic tool for all gardeners!



Moon Garden tips

I moved into a house with a huge overgrown Nectarine tree that needed pruning. I like to reach up and pick fruit; not climb into the heavens on a rickety ladder!

So I cut it back by half on a day perfect for pruning to reduced growth. Then a few days later I pruned the remaining braches on a day perfect to enhance growth and encourage fruit crops.

It worked perfectly!! I love gardening by the Moon.

It will soon be time to prune to reduce growth and if you keep it quiet I will let you know that it is on the 3rd, 4th and 5th. And the 11th and 12th. Shhhhhhh…… Normally only the people with the Super Almanac get this information.

I will be pruning my hedge.



Kerry Galea  Astrology, Palmistry and Ancient Moon Gardening

P: 0419 382 131

E: kerrygalea@bigpond.com                  W:www.kerrygalea.com

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mOON bOON (Photo credit: Hadi Fooladi)


What’s in the Sky in April 2009 April 2, 2009

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For all you night owls

Saturn is the only visible planet in the night skies.  The magnificent constellation of the Scorpion will become more visible as it rises in the east through the month. We will also see Leo with the bright star Regulus shining in his heart. And Virgo with its bright star of Spica. 



For all you early birds

If you night owls stay up all night until the early morning you will see the Scorpion take centre stage overhead. The brightest light rising in the east is Jupiter. Mars is not far behind but may get lost in the dawn as the Sun rises.

Venus is nowhere to be seen as she is travelling so close to the Sun that she is invisible and said to be travelling in the underworld in ancient mythologies.