Lunar calendar in the garden July 2023

Here is your lunar calendar for July 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 July 2023

What to do in the garden and in the vegetable garden according to the phases of the moon, in July 2023

1 is July

Day leaves. Descending moon.

Thin lettuces sown June 11-13. Plant Brussels sprouts sown May 15-16.

July 2nd



Leaf day (until 12 noon) then fruit day. Descending moon.

In the morning, thin out the salads sown June 11-13. Plant Brussels sprouts sown May 15-16. In the afternoon, sow courgettes in pockets enriched with compost .

July 3

Fruit day. Descending moon (until 1:27 a.m.) then rising moon.

Sow courgettes in pockets enriched with compost.

4th July

Fruit day (until 3:51 p.m.) then root day. Rising moon. Perigee at 10:25 p.m.

Sow zucchini in pockets enriched with compost. Work before 5:20 p.m.

July the 5th

Roots day. Rising moon.

Sow turnips and carrots for the winter.

July 6

Roots day (until 11:21 a.m.) then day flowers . Rising moon.

In the morning, sow turnips and carrots for the winter. In the afternoon, sow biennials and perennials in the nursery. Pick and dry the lime tree in the shade.

July 7

Flowers day. Rising moon.

Sow biennials and vivacious in the nursery. Pick and dry the lime tree in the shade.

July 8

Flower day (until 4.11 p.m.) then leaf day. Rising moon.

Sow biennials and perennials in the nursery. Pick and dry the lime tree in the shade.

July 9th

Day leaves. Rising moon.

Sow lamb's lettuce. It will have to be harvested before the severe cold weather. For the fall, sow Chinese cabbage and curly endive.

July 10

Day leaves. Rising moon.

Sow lamb's lettuce. It will have to be harvested before the severe cold weather. For the fall, sow Chinese cabbage and curly chicory.

11 July

Fruit day. Rising moon. Ascending lunar node at 1:22 a.m.

Wait at least 6.5 hours before setting foot in the garden. In good exposure, sow dwarf beans. Also harvest currants, fruits and fruit vegetables in season and process the surplus.

July 12

Fruit day. Rising moon.

In good exposure, sow dwarf beans. Also harvest currants, fruits and fruit vegetables in season and process the surplus.

July 13

Roots day. Rising moon.

Sow fall and winter radishes, turnips, rutabagas and carrots.

July 14th

Roots day. Rising moon.

Sow fall and winter radishes, turnips, rutabagas and carrots.

July 15th

Roots day (until 6:13 p.m.) then flower day. Rising moon.

Sow fall and winter radishes, turnips, rutabagas and carrots.

July 16

Flowers day. Rising moon (until 2:37 a.m.) then waning moon.

Transplant into nurseries the biennials and perennials sown on June 9 and 10.

July 17

Flowers day. Descending moon.

Transplant biennials and perennials sown on June 9 and 10 into nurseries.

July 18

Day leaves. Descending moon.

Blanch the curly chicory and the escarole.

July 19

Leaf day (until 2.35 p.m.). Descending moon.

In the morning, blanch the curly chicory and escarole. In the afternoon, prune the apple trees and pear trees trellised too vigorous. Cut the greedy tomatoes as well as the too long or sterile shoots of squash and pumpkins. Enrich with compost the places where you will plant the strawberries August 16-18.

July 20

Fruit day. Descending moon. Peak at 6:56.

In the afternoon only, prune the apple trees green and pear trees trellised too vigorous. Cut the greedy tomatoes as well as the too long or sterile shoots of squash and pumpkins. Enrich with compost the places where you will plant strawberries from August 16 to 18.

July 21

Fruit day. Descending moon.

Prune apple trees green and pear trees trellised too vigorous. Cut the greedy tomatoes as well as the too long or sterile shoots of squash and pumpkins. Enrich with compost the places where you will plant strawberries from August 16 to 18.

22nd of July

Fruit day (until 3:36 p.m.) then root day. Descending moon.

Until 3:36 p.m., prune the apple trees green and pear trees trellised too vigorous. Cut the greedy tomatoes as well as the too long or sterile shoots of squash and pumpkins. Enrich with compost the places where you will plant strawberries from August 16 to 18. At the end of the afternoon, plant the leeks sown on May 11 and 12. Pull the garlic, shallots and colored onions when the tops are yellow. Dig up ware potatoes. Thin turnips and carrots sown July 5-6 and beets sown June 15-16.

July 23

Roots day. Descending moon.

Plant the leeks sown on May 11 and 12. Pull the garlic, shallots and colored onions when the tops are yellow. Dig up ware potatoes. Thin turnips and carrots sown July 5-6 and beets sown June 15-16.

July 24

Roots day. Descending moon.

Plant the leeks sown on May 11 and 12. Pull the garlic, shallots and colored onions when the tops are yellow. Dig up ware potatoes. Thin turnips and carrots sown July 5-6 and beets sown June 15-16.

July 25

Roots day. Descending moon. Lunar node descending at 3:05 p.m.

Plant the leeks sown on May 11 and 12. Pull the garlic, shallots and colored onions when the tops are yellow. Dig up ware potatoes. Thin turnips and carrots sown July 5-6 and beets sown June 15-16. Carry out all these operations before 10 a.m.

July 26

Roots day (until 8:55 a.m.) then flower day. Descending moon.

Install them bulbs that bloom in the fall, such as crocus, cyclamen or colchique.

July 27

Flowers day. Descending moon.

Install bulbs that bloom in the fall, such as crocus, cyclamen or colchicum.

July 28

Day leaves. Descending moon.

Thin out chicory, Chinese cabbage and lamb's lettuce sown on July 9 and 10.

July 29

Day leaves. Descending moon.

Thin the chicory, Chinese cabbage and lamb's lettuce sown on July 9 and 10.

July 30

Fruit day. Descending moon (until 11:14 a.m.) then rising moon.

Graft apple trees, pear trees and peach trees.

July 31

Fruit day. Rising moon.

Graft apple trees, pear trees and peach trees.

Source journaldesfemmes.fr