Lunar Seeding Calendar for February 2023

February is the month of preparation for the planting season. In the last month of winter, vegetables and flowers are planted on the windowsill, crops are sown in the greenhouse, and the soil is plowed for spring. In late February, cold-resistant and early plants can already be planted in the ground, especially if the weather is warm.

It is very important to choose a good day according to the lunar calendar because some phases are considered unfruitful. For example, you can’t work with plants under a full moon or a new moon – these days, plants are very vulnerable.

Lunar Sowing Calendar for February 2023

February 1-3 – sow radishes, cabbage, peppers, eggplant, and cucumbers in the greenhouse and on the windowsill. Soaking the seeds, disease, and pest control, loosening and weeding the soil. Removal of withered branches and old fruit from trees. Do not spray plants with chemicals.

February 4-6 – days of the full moon. No work with plants.

February 7-9 – loosening of dry soil, thinning of seedlings, disease control. Planting celery, peppers, cauliflower, and strawberries. Planting early tomatoes in the greenhouse. Very good days for sowing flowers if there are no severe frosts.

February 10-11 – sowing early radishes, celery, cucumbers, eggplant, and Chinese cabbage for seedlings. You can transplant early tomato seedlings from the windowsill into the greenhouse. Feeding, pruning, and weeding the crops. Any flowers can be planted in the flowerbed.

February 12-13 – it is not recommended to prune plants. Sowing early parsley, beets, sorrel, celery, and chard. In the greenhouse, you can plant early tomatoes, sweet peppers, cucumbers, and any type of cabbage. Good days for sowing any flowers. In the garden, you can whitewash and graft trees.

On the 14th and 15th of February it is not recommended to water the plants and also to prune, transplant, and graft as on these dates the wounds take a long time to heal. You can weed and loosen the soil, use humus and fertilizer, and weed the weeds. Pricking onions. Sowing peppers in a greenhouse or on a window sill.

February 16-18 – good days for planting climbing and amoebic flowers. Pricking seedlings. Disease, pest, and rodent control. Allowed abundant feeding and watering. Bulb flowers can be planted in the bed if the air temperature is “plus”.

February 19-21 are the days of the new moon. Works with plants are not carried out.

February 22-24 – sowing lettuce, celery, parsley, and any greens on the windowsill. You can plow, loosen and mulch the soil, and cut dry branches from trees and bushes. It is not recommended to water, fertilize, and transplant plants, or shorten the root.

February 25-26 – soaking and germinating seeds. Planting seedlings of eggplant, cucumbers, tomatoes, peppers, and cabbage. Good time for planting perennial flowers and evergreens in the bed. Mineral fertilizers and plant treatments with pesticides are allowed. In the garden – whitewashing trees and winter grafting.

February 27-28: only radishes can be planted in the greenhouse and on the windowsill. You can fight diseases and pests, loosen and weed seedbeds, and insulate the area with snow. You can plant early flowers – tulips, daffodils, snowdrops. Repot plants are not recommended.

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Written by Emma Miller

I am a registered dietitian nutritionist and own a private nutrition practice, where I provide one-on-one nutritional counseling to patients. I specialize in chronic disease prevention/ management, vegan/ vegetarian nutrition, pre-natal/ postpartum nutrition, wellness coaching, medical nutrition therapy, and weight management.

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