Next favorable days for Sowing and Planting:
from Monday, May 4, 5.09 pm, to Wednesday, May 6, 5.05 pm,
Waxing Gibbous Moon transiting Libra
The WAXING MOON TRANSITS LEO from Thursday, April 30, at 11.06 am, to Saturday, May 2, 3.35 pm, entering then the Sign of VIRGO.
The LEO FIRST QUARTER MOON PHASE begins on Friday, May 1, at 6.38 am, and ends on Monday, May 4, 3.55 pm, with the VIRGO GIBBOUS MOON PHASE.
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Leo Moon in the garden
Like all other Fire Signs in the garden Leo is considered too dry and barren for growing anything. Its energy is suitable for cultivating, general maintenance and harvesting. Also suitable for pest control, weeding, and pruning, best done after the Last Quarter Phase.
Today the energy could be right for being creative in the garden: painting, sculpting, playing music, performing garden plays, landscaping, designing, introducing decorative features and ornamental objects.
Of course also Garden Parties. Or, weather permitting, just basking in the sun, preferably in a hammock or really comfy easy chair.
- The following are the Edible Plants, Herbs, Trees and Flowers since ancient times associated with Leo, and also with the Sun, Leos traditional Ruler, giver of Life and Light. Medicinal Herbs and Plants associate with Sun/Leo are those that strengthen the heart and aid circulation. Also immune system boosters and all plants rich in vitamins. And herbs traditionally used to treat eye diseases or to improve vision too. * and
Edible Plants: Citrus Fruit, in particular Oranges. Also orange or yellow vegetables, like Capsicums, Carrots, Peppers. And Walnuts.
Healing Herbs: European Angelia, Borage, Bugloss, Camomille, Centaury, Ginger, Hawthorn, Lovage, Motherwort, Eyebright, Rosemary, Rue, Saffron, Storax, Terragon.
Trees: the upright distinguished, noble Ash is often associated with the Sun and Leo. This is a tall tree often towering over smaller trees in the forest. They have a fairly open canopy that lets a lot of sunlight through, thus allowing a rich vegetation to thrive beneath. Trees with strong horizontal roots and arched crowns also belong to the Sun.
This Moon Phase in the garden
The First Quarter Moon Phase is the demarcation time between the first and second weeks of the Moon cycle, an important boundary, because different types of plants can now go in, those we grow for their fruit or seedpods (tomatoes, beans etc.). The Moon needs also to be transiting a Fertile or Productive Sign.
- Note that the garden activities associated with the Moon Sign depend also on the cycle the Moon is in. The Moon transiting through a fertile or productive Sign will no be so favorable if the Phase is not a productive one, and vice-versa. For best results the Sign and Phase of the Moon have to be considered together.
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