Lunar calendar in the garden June 2023

Here is your lunar calendar for June 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 June 2023

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

1 is June

Roots day (until 2:49 p.m.), then flower day. Descending moon. Lunar node descending at 6:22 a.m.

Today, do not do anything in the garden before 11:30 a.m. Then, transplant the cabbages into the nursery. flowers and broccoli sown on May 13 and 14.

June 2



Flowers day. Descending moon.

Plant out the cauliflowers and broccoli sown on May 13 and 14 in the nursery.

June 3

Flower day (until 4:52 a.m.), then leaf day. Descending moon.

Clear salads. Transplant ribbed celery and Brussels sprouts sown from May 15 to 17 in the nursery.

June 4

Day leaves. Descending moon.

Clear salads. Transplant ribbed celery and Brussels sprouts sown May 15-17 into the nursery.

June 5

Fruit day. Descending moon (until 4:21 p.m.) then rising moon.

Sow dwarf or climbing beans as well as nasturtiums at the end of rows to attract aphids. Harvest strawberries and raspberries and sow sweet corn seeds in pockets.

June 6

Fruit day. Rising moon. Perigee at 11:06 p.m.

Sow dwarf or climbing beans and nasturtiums at the end of rows to attract aphids. Harvest strawberries and raspberries and sow sweet corn seeds in pockets. Carry out these operations before 6 p.m.

June 7

Fruit day (until 6:57 a.m.) then root day. Rising moon.

Sow winter radishes and rutabagas.

June 8

Roots day. Rising moon.

Sow winter radishes and rutabagas.

June 9

Flowers day. Rising moon.

If the weather is nice, pick lime blossom and chamomile flowers for your infusions. In nurseries, you can sow biennials and vivacious .

June 10

Flowers day. Rising moon.

If the weather is nice, pick lime blossom and chamomile flowers for your infusions. In nurseries, you can sow biennials and perennials.

June 11

Flower day (until 9:58 a.m.) then leaf day. Rising moon.

In the morning, if the weather is nice, pick the lime tree and the chamomile flowers for your infusions. In nurseries, you can sow biennials and perennials. In the afternoon, cut the following aromatics: tarragon, marjoram , oregano, savory, sage and thyme. Sow the chicory in place.

June 12

Day leaves. Rising moon.

Cut the following aromatics: tarragon, marjoram, oregano, savory, sage and thyme. Sow the chicory in place.

June 13

Leaf day (until 4:27 p.m.) then fruit day. Rising moon.

Cut the following aromatics: tarragon, marjoram, oregano, savory, sage and thyme. Sow the chicory in place.

June 14

Fruit day. Rising moon. Ascending lunar node at 0:04.

For (very) early risers, do not garden before 5:10 a.m. For others, sow cucumber, pickle or zucchini seeds in pockets.

June 15

Fruit day (until 5:18 p.m.) then root day. Rising moon.

Sow cucumber, pickle or zucchini seeds in pockets.

June 16

Roots day. Rising moon.

Sow endives and carrots.

June 17

Roots day. Rising moon.

Sow endives and carrots.

June 18

Roots day (until 11:57 a.m.) then flower day. Rising moon (until 9:05 p.m.) then waning moon.

In the morning, sow endives and carrots. In the afternoon, cut the shrubs with withered flowers. Layer them bamboos tracers, wisteria and rhododendrons . Plant the broccoli sown on May 13 and 14.

June 19

Flowers day. Descending moon.

Prune dead flowering shrubs. Layer them bamboos tracers, wisteria and rhododendrons . Plant the broccoli sown on May 13 and 14.

June 20

Flower day (until 4:45 p.m.) then leaf day. Descending moon.

Prune dead flowering shrubs. Layer them bamboos tracers, wisteria and rhododendrons . Plant the broccoli sown on May 13 and 14.

21st of June

Day leaves. Descending moon.

Install the ribbed celery sown on May 15 and 16.

June 22

Leaf day (until 7:53 a.m.) then fruit day. Descending moon. Peak at 6:30 p.m.

Trim the shapes in green trellised apple trees, pear trees and vines. Trim branches that are too long or fruitless. Also prune the greedy tomatoes as well as the too long or sterile stems of squash and pumpkins. Perform all these operations in the morning.

June 23

Fruit day. Descending moon.

Green prune the trellised forms of apple trees, pear trees and vines. Trim branches that are too long or fruitless. Also prune the greedy tomatoes as well as the too long or sterile stems of squash and pumpkins.

June 24

Fruit day. Descending moon.

Green prune the trellised forms of apple trees, pear trees and vines. Trim branches that are too long or fruitless. Also prune the greedy tomatoes as well as the too long or sterile stems of squash and pumpkins.

June 25

Fruit day (until 8:35 a.m.) then root day. Descending moon.

Plant the leeks sown from April 22 to 24. Thin winter radishes sown June 7-8. Harvest the potatoes and white onions.

June 26

Roots day. Descending moon.

Plant leeks sown April 22-24. Thin winter radishes sown June 7-8. Harvest the potatoes and white onions.

June 27

Roots day. Descending moon.

Plant leeks sown April 22-24. Thin winter radishes sown June 7-8. Harvest the potatoes and white onions.

June 28

Roots day. Descending moon. Lunar node descending at 12:23 p.m.

Plant leeks sown April 22-24. Thin winter radishes sown June 7-8. Harvest the potatoes and white onions. Prioritize actions in the garden very early in the morning (before 7:15 a.m.) and at the end of the day (after 5:30 p.m.).

June 29

Flowers day. Descending moon.

Plant the cauliflowers sown on May 13 and 14.

June 30th

Flower day (until 2.50 p.m.) then leaf day. Descending moon.

In the morning, plant the cauliflowers sown on May 13 and 14. In the afternoon, thin the lettuces sown from June 11 to 13. Plant the Brussels sprouts sown on May 15 and 16.

Source journaldesfemmes.fr