Category Archives: Moon Planting diary

What to grow in September 2018

This year, the first week of September is not a good week for sowing seed as germination is likely to be poor. This is a good time to do some weeding before hot weather sets in. Nights can still be … Continue reading

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What to grow in August 2018

Days are warmer, but nights are still chilly in Warm and some Temperate areas, many of which need rain. Applying organic mulch to garden beds now not only conserves soil moisture and deters weeds, it also insulates topsoil from temperature … Continue reading

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What to grow in July 2018

Chilly winter weather has begun with some areas already experiencing frosty nights. Frost damage is more likely to occur in parts of the garden where cold air cannot drain away. If plants in your garden have been damaged by frost, … Continue reading

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What to grow in June 2018

It is not too late in most areas to correct pale citrus leaves. These are usually caused by either magnesium or iron deficiency. See: Yellow or pale citrus leaves. Finally, cold weather is setting in, which means it is time … Continue reading

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Moon phase change

Happy St Patrick’s Day. Just a brief post to let moon planters know that from today, 17th March 2018, the current moon phase can be found by clicking on that link in the menu bar on the Aussie Organic Gardening … Continue reading

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New edition of my book

The new edition of my book with moon planting to the end of 2022 is the only edition available to order, although some retailers have been slow in updating their websites. Buy the book

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What to grow in December 2017

With Christmas and holidays on the horizon, many of you won’t have a lot of time to spare for gardening, or even watering the garden. Setting up some shade for your garden beds now, will provide protection in the hottest … Continue reading

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Moon Planting Calendar for Australia & NZ 2018

Click here to purchase your April 2018 – March 2019 moon planting calendar and start gardening using the Moon’s energy. Aussie Organic Gardening’s 2018–2019 moon planting calendar* for Australian and New Zealand readers is now available to help them get … Continue reading

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Revised edition of my book

The 2012 edition on my book Easy Organic Gardening and Moon Planting has been re-printed with the section on Moon Phases and Best Gardening Days updated to the end of 2022. This book is not just about growing food – … Continue reading

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e-book moon planters

It has been drawn to my attention that some moon phase changes for 2015–2017 in the e-book version only of Easy Organic Gardening and Moon Planting have been listed incorrectly. Scribe Publications have corrected the errors and the correct version … Continue reading

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