Lunar calendar in the garden January 2023

Here is your lunar calendar for January 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 January 2023

Here's what to do in the garden and vegetable garden following the phases of the moon, in January 2023, day by day.

January 1st

Fruit day. Rising moon. Ascending lunar node at 3:24 p.m.

Do not garden after 10:15 a.m. Before, in mild regions, you can sow certain beans (long-pod Seville beans, for example).

January 2



Fruit day (until 5:30 p.m.) then root day. Rising moon.

In mild regions, you can sow certain beans (long-pod Seville beans, for example).

January 3

Roots day. Rising moon.

Sow turnips under frames. Aerate the soil regularly and keep the soil cool. You can sow white onions in the ground that you will harvest in April-May.

January 4

Roots day. Rising moon.

Sow turnips under frames. Aerate the soil regularly and keep the soil cool. You can sow white onions in the ground that you will harvest in April-May.

January 5

Roots day (until 3:16 p.m.) then day flowers . Rising moon.

Sow turnips under frames. Aerate the soil regularly and keep the soil cool. You can sow white onions in the ground that you will harvest in April-May.

January 6

Flowers day. Rising moon (until 3:10 a.m.) then waning moon.

Install them shrubs with flowers sold with bare roots ( althea , forsythia or flowering currants for example). You can also prepare the places for the future artichokes.

January 7

Flower day (until 9:21 p.m.) then leaf day. Descending moon.

Install flowering shrubs sold with bare roots ( althea , forsythia or flowering currants for example). You can also prepare the places for the future artichokes.

January 8

Day leaves. Descending moon. Peak at 9:19 a.m.

It is better that you avoid the garden before 2:15 p.m. After this time, open trenches 40cm wide and 25cm deep for the future asparagus.

January 9

Leaf day (until 12:36 p.m.) then fruit day. Descending moon.

It is better that you avoid the garden before 2:15 p.m. After this time, open trenches 40cm wide and 25cm deep for the future asparagus.

January 10

Fruit day. Descending moon.

Plant fruit trees, for you and for the bees.

January 11

Fruit day. Descending moon.

Plant fruit trees, for you and for the bees.

January 12

Fruit day (until 12:19 p.m.) then root day. Descending moon.

Plant fruit trees, for you and for the bees.

January 13

Roots day. Descending moon.

In mild regions and light soils, plant white and purple garlic, as well as shallots. You will harvest these condiments in July.

January 14

Roots day. Descending moon.

In mild regions and light soil, plant white and purple garlic, as well as shallots. You will harvest these condiments in July.

January 15

Roots day. Descending moon.

In mild regions and light soil, plant white and purple garlic, as well as shallots. You will harvest these condiments in July.

January 16

Flowers day. Descending moon. Lunar node descending at 6:32 a.m.

Do not garden before 11:40 a.m. Then, work the land where the future artichokes will take place. Loosen it up and enrich it with compost .

January 17

Flower day (until 5:06 p.m.) then leaf day. Descending moon.

Do not garden before 11:40 a.m. Then, work the land where the future artichokes will take place. loosen it and enrich it with compost.

January 18

Day leaves. Descending moon.

Plant the lettuces under frame. You can also cut the oars from hazel trees who will then serve as tutors.

January 19

Leaf day (until 1:53 p.m.) then fruit day. Descending moon.

In the morning, plant the lettuces under frames. You can also cut the oars of the hazel trees which will then be used as tutors . In the afternoon, in mild regions, sow the peas.

January 20

Fruit day. Descending moon (until 5:04 a.m.) then rising moon.

In mild regions, sow peas.

January the 21st

Fruit day (until 4:52 p.m.) then root day. Rising moon. Perigee at 9:57 p.m.

In mild regions, sow peas. But avoid going to the garden after 3:50 p.m.

January 22

Roots day. Rising moon.

You can sow leeks under frame. You will harvest them in June-July.

January 23

Roots day (until 11:22 a.m.) then flower day. Rising moon.

You can sow leeks under frame. You will harvest them in June-July.

January 24

Flowers day. Rising moon.

In the greenhouse, sow bégonias . In a terrine, at a temperature between 15 and 18°C, sow the cauliflowers.

January 25

Flower day (until 3:15 p.m.) then leaf day. Rising moon.

In the morning, in the greenhouse, sow begonias. In a terrine, at a temperature between 15 and 18°C, sow the cauliflowers. In the afternoon, sow lettuce and cabbage under the frame.

January 26

Day leaves. Rising moon.

Sow lettuce and cabbage under frames.

January 27

Day leaves. Rising moon.

Sow lettuce and cabbage under frames.

January 28

Fruit day. Rising moon. Ascending Lunar Node at 4:03 p.m.

Garden early. After 10:55, it is better to avoid the garden. You will nevertheless have time, in the morning, to sow beans and peas.

January 29

Fruit day. Rising moon.

Sow beans and peas.

January 30

Roots day. Rising moon.

Sow colored onions, which you will harvest from July to September.

January 31

Roots day. Rising moon.

Sow colored onions, which you will harvest from July to September.

Source journaldesfemmes.fr