|Moon Planting Rule|
|New Moon To Full Moon:||Sow, Transplant, bud and graft.|
|Full Moon To New Moon:||Plow, Cultivate, weed and reap.|
|New Moon To First Quarter:||Good for Planting above-ground crops with outside seeds,|
|First Quarter To Full Moon:||Good for planting above ground crops with inside seeds.|
|Full Moon To Last Quarter:||Good for planting root crops, bulbs, biennials, and perennials.|
|Last Quarter To New Moon:||Do Not Plant|
|Moon Planting Examples...|
|A list of when and what to plant.|
| First quarter planting, or the time from the new moon to about half-full.|
Plant annuals with above-ground yields, particularly leafy plants which produce
their seed outside the fruit.
| 1st Qtr. Examples:|
| Second quarter planting, or the time from the half-full to the full moon.|
Plant annuals that have above-ground yields which are
vining and produce seed inside the fruit.
| 2nd Qtr. Examples:|
| Third quarter planting, or from the full moon to half-full.|
Plant biennials, perennials, bulb and root crops. Crops which are planted
one season the produce yields the following year, trees, and shrubs.
| 3rd Qtr. Examples:|
| Fourth quarter planting, or from half-full to new moon.|
| 4th Qtr. Examples:|