Q. How do you send the Ancient Moon Gardening Easy Planning Calendar?
A. The Moon’s help comes to you for a whole year and is emailed to you.
You will receive each season approximately 2 weeks before the start of the season. Thus, you will receive 4 issues.
Renewals are send out in February ready for Autumn.
Spring contains September October and November
Summer contains December January and February
Autumn contains March April and May
Winter contains June July and August.
Q. Can the Ancient Moon Gardening Easy Planning Calendar be used in other countries?
A. I am based in Australia and have created the calendar for use here and in New Zealand.
The time zone adjustments for other countries would make it difficult for you to use easily and quickly. But if you cannot find anything that suits you in your area of the world, then I can tell you how many hours to add or subtract from the calendar.
Q. How do I make Time Zone adjustments in Australia and New Zealand?
A. The Ancient Moon Gardening Easy Planning Calendar has been based for Australian Eastern Standard Time AEST and summer time AEDT
Correct for VIC NSW TAS QLD. Subtract ½ hr in SA. Subtract 2 hrs in WA. Subtract ½ hr NT. Add 2 hrs NZ
AEDT Times are correct for VIC NSW TAS. Subtract 1 hr QLD. Subtract ½ hr SA. Subtract 3 hrs WA. Subtract 1.5 hrs NT. Add 2 hrs NZ.
You will notice that I tell you in the calendar when the Moon changes mid-morning, midday and mid-afternoon. In SA and NT you don’t need to do anything as the Moon is not such a hard lady that she will not forgive a few minutes! The rhythm of nature is similar to a tide or flow of energetic sap movement, not a sudden turn-on or turn-off.
In WA you need to take off 2 hours (or 3 in summer time). Therefore, if it says “mid-morning” … you adjust tit to first thing in the morning. If it says “midday” … then you adjust it to mid-morning. If it says “mid-afternoon”… then change it to midday.
In NZ you need to add 2 hours so if it says “mid-morning” … change it to midday. If it says “midday”… change it to mid-afternoon. If it says “mid-afternoon”… change it to the end of the day.