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There is nothing more beautiful at night than looking up at the Moon and looking
down at its audience. A symphony of beautiful flowers that stand at attention,
when the night comes upon us!
Whether you would like an Herb Garden, a
Medicine Wheel Garden, or maybe a Fairy Garden, these themes can help you with
ideas to bring Mother Earth alive, not in your imagination, but in your gardens
and your hearts. So, each month, we will bring you a new theme.
Garden is flowers that bloom at night. They are generally white, but can be in
other pale shades.
Depending on the Hardiness zone you live, there
are many flowers you can plant for your Moon Garden. Just be sure to check for
your particular zone or call your local extension office.
below are just a few of the flowers suggested for your Moon Garden. Only some of
these bloom at night, but the rest of them make wonderful additions to the Moon
I hope you get as much pleasure from yours as I do from mine!
A fast growing vine related to the morning
glory, this annual may climb to 10 feet. Tightly closed by day, its white
flowers open at dusk to release a sweet fragrance. Flowers can be seen very
clearly in moonlight.
PINK EVENING PRIMROSE
border plant growing to 12" with silky, rose colored blooms that deepen to a
butter-yellow center. Opens in late evening to release soft fragrance.
Sweet scented alata
A very sweet
scented flowering tobacco with pure white trumpet shaped flowers 3-4" long and
1-1/2" wide that open in evening. Very free flowering. Fall sown seedlings make
great pot plants for growing during the winter. A good Moon Garden subject as
flowers open at night and show up well in moonlight.
Excellent Moon Garden plant with large showy
pure white trumpet shaped flowers up to 8" long that open at night. Sometimes
fragrant. Large spiny seed pods. One of the largest Angel's Trumpet.
This is the famous flower
from the flora of the South African countryside. Grows only 12" tall with milky
white blossoms so pure they appear to be luminous. Shows up very well at night
PURE WHITE SPIDER PLANT
A delightful spider
plant that grows about 3 ft. tall. Very different, as it has pure white
glistening flowers. Pre-chill seeds for about a week before sowing, should
germinate in about 2-3 weeks.
PURE WHITE AFRICAN DAISY
fast growing African daisy growing to 10 inches with large, pure white flowers
with black eyes. A slightly spreading plant.
An unusual carnation with pure white, absolutely symmetrical,
very fragrant flowers. A must for any flower arrangement.
A beautiful plant growing to
about 36 in. tall with clouds of white flowers often in clusters 6 in. or more
across. Excellent as a cut flower or as a filler in bouquets. Seeds need light
to germinate. Seedlings will appear in about two weeks.
This flower will stand out in any
arrangement. Beautiful large trusses of brilliant white flowers on sturdy stems.
Very easy to raise. Seeds germinate in about 10 days.
LEAVED DUSTY MILLER
The foliage of this plant is very white and fine leafed.
Good compact growth. A different looking dusty miller that will stand out in
your garden. Sow seeds on surface, germinates in about 2 weeks.
PURE WHITE SALVIA
Grows 10-12 inches with dark green foliage
and pure white flowers. Very unusual and very early flowering.
PURE WHITE CONEFLOWER
A lovely pure white
version of echinacea purpurea that bears fragrant white coneflowers. Very nice
SNOW WHITE CARNATION
Probably the whitest carnations you will ever see. An excellent cutflower,
they also make wonderful bedding and border plants. Have spicy-sweet fragrance.
A native American herb with
sprays of 1" single white daisy like flowers. Yellow centers are flat. The
flowers are said to repel bees and a tea made from the plant is said to relieve
plant with fern-like foliage and white daisy-like flowers. The leaves make a
relaxing bed-time tea.
These are fragrant
flowers that come in several colors. Their trumpet shape blooms open in the
evening around four p.m. and close in the daylight.
Suggested Pdf Resources
- Gardening by the Moon
- Gardening by the Moon by Sheri Sinni. No Sales Tax. Blessing of the Animals.
- Oct_Nov_Dec_2010 – Planting Guide
- Moon Planting & Gardening Guide. July, August & September 2011. Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST).
- Green Thumb Prints
- Gardening by the Moon. • Info on Training, Presentations, etc. Coordinator's Corner.
- T h e N e w M o o n Moon Journal: The power of naming
- Though subtle at first, they're important. They represent the logic behind many traditional Moon sign rules--for gardening, healing, domestic chores and more.
Suggested News Resources
- Moon gardening
- By Randy L. Rasmussen, The Oregonian Moon gardening The weather is crazy, and most gardens are way behind the normal bloom times according to the calendar. So why not follow some other indicators?
- Community Notes
- 13 Food historian Judith Krall Russo sheds light on the practice of seeding according to the movements of the moon, planets and stars in her “Planting by the Stars: Bio-dynamic Gardening” workshop on.Dec.
- 'Crime against children' at school
- The students planted flowers as a way to learn about gardening and how to grow something, Smithson said. Thursday morning, she discovered the missing planter and leftover pile of dirt.
- (Saturday Speaker Series) Easy Container Gardens
- Throughout the year, they also stage gardening workshops. In September, Blue Moon Gardens comes to the Norton when Sharon presents Easy Container Gardening, with lots of information on keeping greenery in your garden throughout fall and winter.
- Gardener helps kids connect with veggies
- Early one morning last week - a full moon poking through the clouds - I felt it: A touch of fall. Not much. Just a hint.
Suggested Web Resources
- Gardening by the Moon
- A garden calendar showing the best moon phases and astrological signs for starting seeds.
- Farmers' Almanac Gardening Calendar
- The Farmers Almanac Gardening by the Moon Calendar is determined by our age-old formula and applies generally to regions where the climate is favorable.
- Moon Phase Gardening: Gardening by the moon and zodiac signs
- Moon Phase Gardening is as old as agriculture and civilization. Growing by the Phases of the Moon is the product of both folklore and superstition.
- Organic Gardening by the Moon
- Organic gardening by the moon is a subtle refinement to your organic gardening practice.
- Planting by the Phases of the Moon
- More gardeners are turning to the moon for sage advice on the best time to plant, prune, weed, Tips, guidelines and support for gardening by the moon phases.
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