Lunar calendar in the garden April 2023

Here is your lunar calendar for April 2023. Find the best dates for sowing, pruning, maintaining your vegetable patch and your garden. Tune your gardening with the moon to benefit from its energy.

  Lunar calendar in the garden April 2023

What to do in the garden and in the vegetable garden following the phases of the moon, in April 2023.

1 is april

Leaf day (until 8:23 a.m.) then fruit day. Descending moon.

Plant some strawberries and typical berries groseilliers , cassissiers and raspberries. Transplant the aubergines, peppers, peppers and tomatoes sown from February 15 to 17 in pots. Carve an old Apple tree .

April 2



Fruit day. Descending moon.

Plant strawberries and typical berries groseilliers , cassissiers and raspberries. Transplant the aubergines, peppers, peppers and tomatoes sown from February 15 to 17 into pots. Prune an old apple tree.

April 3

Fruit day. Descending moon.

Plant strawberries and typical berries groseilliers , cassissiers and raspberries. Transplant the aubergines, peppers, peppers and tomatoes sown from February 15 to 17 into pots. Prune an old apple tree.

April 4

Fruit day (until 7:41 a.m.) then root day. Descending moon.

Plant the ware potatoes as well as the leeks sown on January 22 and 23. Transplant, for the second time, the celeriac sown on February 18 and 19. Finally, thin out the carrots and beets sown March 17 and 18.

April 5

Roots day. Descending moon.

Plant the ware potatoes as well as the leeks sown on January 22 and 23. Transplant, for the second time, the celeriac sown on February 18 and 19. Finally, thin the carrots and beets sown on March 17 and 18.

April 6

Roots day. Descending moon.

Plant the ware potatoes as well as the leeks sown on January 22 and 23. Transplant, for the second time, the celeriac sown on February 18 and 19. Finally, thin the carrots and beets sown on March 17 and 18.

April 7

Roots day (until 9:42 p.m.) then days flowers ). Descending moon. Lunar node descending at 1:52 p.m.

Today, whatever you undertake in the garden, work before 8:45 a.m. You can plant ware potatoes and leeks sown on January 22 and 23, transplant, for the second time, celeriac sown on February 18 and 19 or thin out carrots and beets sown on March 17 and 18 .

April 8

Flowers day. Descending moon.

Plant them vivacious and the shrubs flowers and prune faded shrubs.

April 9

Flower day (until 12:45 p.m.) then leaf day. Descending moon.

In the morning, plant the perennials and shrubs flowers and prune faded shrubs. In the afternoon, transplant the Brussels sprouts into nurseries and thin out the spinach.

April 10

Day leaves. Descending moon.

Transplant the Brussels sprouts into nurseries and thin out the spinach.

April 11

Leaf day (until 11:54 a.m.) then fruit day. Descending moon.

In the morning, transplant the Brussels sprouts into nurseries and thin out the spinach. In the afternoon, sow 3 zucchini, squash or squash seeds per bucket of peat as well as cucumbers. Also reseed peas.

April 12

Fruit day. Descending moon (until 3:10 a.m.) then rising moon.

Sow 3 zucchini, squash or squash seeds per bucket of peat as well as cucumbers. Also reseed peas.

April 13

Fruit day (until 6:51 p.m.) then root day. Rising moon.

Sow 3 zucchini, squash or squash seeds per bucket of peat as well as cucumbers. Also reseed peas.

April 14

Roots day. Rising moon.

Sow carrots, turnips and onions.

April 15

Roots day (until 4:21 p.m.) then flower day. Rising moon.

Sow carrots, turnips and onions.

April 16

Flowers day. Rising moon. Perigee at 2:23 a.m.

Do not go to the garden before 7:30 a.m. After this time, you can sow broccoli in nurseries or annuals rustic in the ground.

April 17

Flowers day. Rising moon.

Sow broccoli in nurseries or hardy annuals in the ground.

April 18

Day leaves. Rising moon.

In the nursery, sow ribbed celery and lettuce, head, batavia to cut.

April 19

Day leaves. Rising moon.

In the nursery, sow ribbed celery and lettuce, head, batavia to cut.

April 20

Fruit day. Rising moon. Ascending lunar node at 11:30 a.m.

Wait until 4:40 p.m. before going to the garden. Then sow three seeds of melon, cucumber or pickle in pots at 20-22°C.

April 21th

Fruit day. Rising moon.

Sow three melon, cucumber or pickle seeds in pots at 20-22°C.

April 22

Roots day. Rising moon.

In place, sow turnips, salsify and parsnips. In the nursery, sow leeks.

April 23

Roots day. Rising moon.

In place, sow turnips, salsify and parsnips. In the nursery, sow leeks.

April 24

Roots day (until 7:58 p.m.) then flower day. Rising moon.

In place, sow turnips, salsify and parsnips. In the nursery, sow leeks.

April 25

Flowers day. Rising moon (until 5:52 a.m.) then waning moon.

Plant annuals in planters. Remember to shelter them on cool nights. In the beds, plant tuberous begonias, gladioli and perennials. Also install the cauliflowers and broccoli then transplant the petunias and impatiens into pots, all sown on February 20 and 21.

April 26

Flowers day. Descending moon.

Plant annuals in planters. Remember to shelter them on cool nights. In the beds, plant tuberous begonias, gladioli and perennials. Also install the cauliflowers and broccoli then transplant the petunias and impatiens into pots, all sown on February 20 and 21.

April 27

Leaf days. Descending moon.

Plant the chicory sown from March 21 to 23 and trim the persistent hedges.

April 28

Leaf day (until 4:17 p.m.) then fruit day. Descending moon. Peak at 6:43 a.m.

Plant the chicory sown from March 21 to 23 and prune the persistent hedges. But wait well at least 11:50.

April 29

Fruit Day. Descending moon.

Transplant the aubergines, peppers, tomatoes and peppers sown on February 16 and 17. Plant zucchini, squash, squash and cucumbers from shelter 11 to 13 and melons from March 23 to 25.

April 30

Fruit day. Descending moon.

Transplant aubergines, peppers, tomatoes and peppers sown on February 16 and 17. Plant zucchini, squash, squash and cucumbers from shelter 11 to 13 and melons from March 23 to 25.

Source journaldesfemmes.fr