Lunar calendar in the garden august 2023

Here is your lunar calendar for August 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 august 2023

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

1 is august

Roots day. Rising moon.

Sow winter radishes in place.

August 2nd



Roots day. Rising moon. Perigee at 5:52 a.m.

After 11 a.m., sow winter radishes in place.

August 3

Flowers day. Rising moon.

Graft the rosehips in escutcheon. In the nursery, sow pansies, violas and daisies.

August 4

Flowers day. Rising moon.

Graft the rosehips in escutcheon. In the nursery, sow pansies, violas and daisies.

5 August

Day leaves. Rising moon.

Sow cold-resistant lamb's lettuce, Chinese cabbage and cut lettuce, to be harvested before the frosts.

August 6

Day leaves. Rising moon.

Sow cold-resistant lamb's lettuce, Chinese cabbage and cut lettuce, to be harvested before the frosts.

August 7

Fruit day. Rising moon. Ascending lunar node at 2:45 a.m.

Wait 7h50 before going to the garden. Pick the beans and harvest the tomato seeds. Make it moldy in a glass with a little water, wash them and dry them.

August 8

Fruit day. Rising moon.

Wait 7:50 a.m. before going to the garden. Pick the beans and harvest the tomato seeds. Make it moldy in a glass with a little water, wash them and dry them.

August 9

Roots day. Rising moon.

Sow turnips to harvest in a year. In mild regions, sow colored onions in the nursery.

August 10

Roots day. Rising moon.

Sow turnips to harvest in a year. In mild regions, sow colored onions in the nursery.

August 11

Roots day. Rising moon.

Sow turnips to harvest in a year. In mild regions, sow colored onions in the nursery.

August 12

Flowers day. Rising moon (until 7:34 a.m.) then waning moon.

Take cuttings of rose branches. Transplant in the nursery semis biennials and perennials from July 6 to 8.

August 13

Flowers day. Descending moon.

Take cuttings of rose branches. Plant out biennial and perennial seedlings in the nursery from July 6 to 8.

August 14

Flower day (until 5:15 a.m.) then leaf day. Descending moon.

Trim evergreen hedges, cedars , cypress, topiaries and boxwood borders. Also prepare the ground for a new lawn to be sown in September.

August 15th

Day leaves. Descending moon.

Cut the hedges of evergreens, cedars, cypresses, topiaries and boxwood borders. Also prepare the soil for a new lawn to be sown in September.

August 16

Fruit day. Descending moon. Peak at 11:54 a.m.

Do not garden before 5 p.m. today. After this time, prune the branches of the peach trees and apricot trees after the last harvest. Plant strawberries too.

August 17

Fruit day. Descending moon.

Prune the branches of peach and apricot trees after the last harvest. Also plant the strawberries .

August 18

Fruit day. Descending moon.

Prune the branches of peach and apricot trees after the last harvest. Plant strawberries too.

August 19

Roots day. Descending moon.

Dig up the potatoes and colored onions. Pull out beets, celeriac, carrots, turnips and fall radishes. Consume them quickly so that they retain their vitamins.

20 August

Roots day. Descending moon.

Dig up the potatoes and colored onions. Pull out beets, celeriac, carrots, turnips and fall radishes. Eat them quickly so that they retain their vitamins.

21st of August

Roots day. Descending moon. Lunar node descending at 4:22 p.m.

Dig up the potatoes and colored onions. Pull out beets, celeriac, carrots, turnips and fall radishes. Eat them quickly so that they retain their vitamins. After 11:15 a.m., do not go to the garden.

August 22

Roots day (until 3:48 p.m.) then flower day. Descending moon.

Cut the ivies and plant the Madonna lily.

August 23

Flowers day. Descending moon.

Cut the ivies and plant the Madonna lily.

August 24

Flower Day (until 8:09 a.m.) then Leaf Day. Descending moon.

Thin out all August 5 and 6 seedlings: lamb's lettuce, spinach, Chinese cabbage and lettuce.

August 25

Day leaves. Descending moon.

Thin all August 5-6 seedlings: lamb's lettuce, spinach, Chinese cabbage and lettuce.

August 26

Leaf day (until 7:32 a.m.) then fruit day. Descending moon (until 8:18 p.m.) then rising moon.

Harvest summer apples and pears as well as strawberries and raspberries. Pull out the shelled beans.

August 27

Fruit day. Rising moon.

Harvest summer apples and pears as well as strawberries and raspberries. Pull out the shelled beans.

August 28

Fruit day (until 12:50 p.m.) then root day. Rising moon.

In the morning, harvest the summer apples and pears as well as the strawberries and raspberries. Pull out the shelled beans. In the afternoon, in mild regions, sow red or yellow onions in the nursery.

August 29

Roots Day. Rising moon.

In mild regions, sow red or yellow onions in the nursery.

August 30

Roots day (until 8:01 a.m.) then flower day. Rising moon. Perigee at 3:54 p.m.

Get up early because you will have to garden before 10:45 a.m. Sow annuals in places rustic : blueberry , immortelle or larkspur.

August 31

Flowers day. Rising moon.

Get up early because you will have to garden before 10:45 a.m. Sow hardy annuals in places: blueberry , immortelle or larkspur.

Source journaldesfemmes.fr