Lunar calendar in the garden october 2023

Here is your lunar calendar for October 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 october 2023

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

October 1st

Fruit day. Rising moon.

In mild regions, sow broad beans and round-grain peas. In cold regions, harvest fruits and fruiting vegetables before frost.

October 2

Fruit day. Rising moon.



In mild regions, sow broad beans and round-grain peas. In cold regions, harvest fruits and fruiting vegetables before frost.

October 3

Roots day. Rising moon.

Sow monthly radishes under frames, which you will harvest in 3 to 4 weeks.

October 4

Roots day. Rising moon.

Sow monthly radishes under frames, which you will harvest in 3 to 4 weeks.

October 5

Roots day. Rising moon (until 8:29 p.m.) then waning moon.

Sow monthly radishes under frames, which you will harvest in 3 to 4 weeks.

October 6

Day flowers . Descending moon.

Plant biennials and perennials sown July 6-8, spring bulbs and lilies. Cut and tie the leaves of the artichokes and stop at 20 cm.

October 7

Flower day (until 6 p.m.) then leaf day. Descending moon.

Plant biennials and vivacious sown July 6-8, spring bulbs and lilies. Cut and tie the leaves of the artichokes and stop at 20 cm.

October 8

Day leaves. Descending moon.

Cut off and discard the asparagus stalks. Preferably not in the compost as they can harbor pests.

October 9

Leaf day (until 9:19 a.m.) then fruit day. Descending moon.

Early in the morning, cut and discard the asparagus stalks. Preferably not in the compost as they can harbor pests. From 9:30 a.m., plant the last strawberries in enriched soil. Open the planting holes for fruit trees to be installed in November and December.

October 10

Fruit day. Descending moon. Apogee at 3:41.

Plant the last strawberries in enriched soil. Open the planting holes for fruit trees to be installed in November and December. Wait at least 8:50 a.m. before heading to the garden.

October 11

Fruit day. Descending moon.

Plant the last strawberries in enriched soil. Open the planting holes for fruit trees to be installed in November and December.

October 12

Fruit day (until 10:20 a.m.) then root day. Descending moon.

In the morning, plant the last strawberries in enriched soil. Open the planting holes for fruit trees to be installed in November and December. In the afternoon, pull up the endives without damaging the roots. Plant the gray shallot. Harvest the vegetables that fear the cold and put them in a silo. Thin out the carrots sown September 25 and 26. Finally, plant the onions sown on August 28 and 29.

October 13

Roots day. Descending moon.

Pull the endives without damaging the roots. Plant the gray shallot. Harvest the vegetables that fear the cold and put them in a silo. Thin carrots sown on September 25 and 26. Finally, plant the onions sown on August 28 and 29.

October 14

Roots day. Descending moon.

Pull the endives without damaging the roots. Plant the gray shallot. Harvest the vegetables that fear the cold and put them in a silo. Thin carrots sown on September 25 and 26. Finally, plant the onions sown on August 28 and 29. Work in the morning, before 12:45 p.m.

October 15

Roots day. Descending moon. Ascending lunar node at 1:11 a.m.

Pull the endives without damaging the roots. Plant the gray shallot. Harvest the vegetables that fear the cold and put them in a silo. Thin carrots sown on September 25 and 26. Finally, plant the onions sown on August 28 and 29. For all these operations, wait at least 6h20.

October 16

Flowers day. Descending moon.

After the first frosts, pull them out bégonias , gladioli and store them. Plant them thoughts , violas and daisies sown on August 3 and 4. Pot up and overwinter unhardy annuals in beds.

October 17

Flower day (until 7:43 p.m.) then leaf day. Descending moon.

After the first frosts, pull them out bégonias , gladioli and store them. Plant them thoughts , violas and daisies sown on August 3 and 4. Pot up and overwinter unhardy annuals in beds.

October 18

Day leaves. Descending moon.

Plant head cabbages sown September 1-3.

October 19

Leaf day (until 8:09 p.m.) then fruit day. Descending moon.

Plant head cabbages sown September 1-3.

October 20

Fruit day. Descending moon (until 9:14 a.m.) then rising moon.

In mild regions, sow round-grain peas.

21st of October

Fruit day. Rising moon.

In mild regions, sow round-grain peas.

October 22

Roots day. Rising moon.

Sow the chervis in rows spaced 30 to 40 cm apart.

October 23

Roots day. Rising moon.

Sow the chervis in rows spaced 30 to 40 cm apart.

October 24

Flowers day. Rising moon.

Harvest the artichokes, broccoli, cauliflower and saffron. In mild regions, prune the faded flowers of hydrangeas .

October 25

Flowers day. Rising moon.

Harvest the artichokes, broccoli, cauliflower and saffron. In mild regions, prune the faded flowers of hydrangeas.

October 26

Flower day (until 6:07 a.m.) then leaf day. Rising moon. Perigee at 3:01 a.m.

Wait at least 8:10 a.m. before heading to the garden. You can then pick up lamb's lettuce, spinach, head lettuce, Chinese cabbage, ribbed celery and sweet fennel. If it's frozen, harvest winter varieties of Brussels sprouts.

October 27

Day leaves. Rising moon.

Pick up lamb's lettuce, spinach, head lettuce, Chinese cabbage, ribbed celery and sweet fennel. If it has frozen, harvest winter varieties of Brussels sprouts.

October 28

Leaf day (until 10:21 a.m.) then fruit day. Rising moon. Lunar node descending at 3:13 a.m.

Today, do not garden.

October 29

Fruit day. Rising moon.

In mild regions, sow broad beans. Harvest the persimmons.

October 30

Fruit day (until 7:34 a.m.) then roots. Rising moon.

Before 7:30 a.m., in mild regions, sow broad beans. Harvest the persimmons. Then, sow carrots under frame in the same place where you have just harvested the radishes.

October 31

Roots day. Rising moon.

Harvest the persimmons. Then, sow carrots under frame in the same place where you have just harvested the radishes.

Source journaldesfemmes.fr