Florist lunar calendar for april 2019: when to transplant, and when to leave alone?

    For most indoor flowers, April is a month of active transplants, replacing land in flower pots, watering, feeding and processing from pests. You need to do a lot, because very soon the pets will finally leave the period of winter dormancy and will actively grow.

    Florist lunar calendar for april-2019: favorable and unfavorable days

    • April 1, waning moon.

    It is not recommended to disturb the roots with transplants and loosening. Treat plants from diseases and pests, fertilize, water, free from dry and rotten leaves.

    • April 2, waning moon.

    Boarding and transplanting is still banned. You can continue feeding and watering, but refrain from removing dry leaves - today plants need especially delicate handling.

    • April 3, waning moon.

    Neutral day. If necessary, you can perform almost all types of work, but if you can postpone it, it is better to postpone the action for a more favorable period. It is allowed to transplant curly and bulb flowers.

    • April 4, waning moon.

    Rest day. Give the green pets a break, and work on preparing the land, fertilizers, and flower pots for future plantings.

    • April 5th, the new moon.

    The unfavorable period for any manipulations with plants continues. Check the readiness of garden tools, make a plan for planting flowers on the flower beds, conduct sanitary cleaning on the windowsills.

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    • April 6, the growing moon.

    Return to moderate watering and top dressing of indoor flowers with mineral nutritional complexes. Landing, transplanting, cultivating is prohibited. You can take preventive measures against diseases and pests.

    • April 7, the growing moon.

    Take advantage of the onset of the favorable period to replace the earth in flower pots and transplant indoor plants, before they have time to enter the active phase of growth and flowering. In the flowerbed, you can start sowing perennials and cold-resistant annuals, but only if there are no frosts.

    • April 8, the growing moon.

    The day is good for sowing, planting, transplanting, transshipment, shaping and rejuvenating pruning of almost any indoor plants. You can loosen the soil in pots and fertilize with mineral or organic fertilizers.

    • April 9, the growing moon.

    Climbing plants will accept the change of residence favorably, but other crops are best left in old pots. Organic fertilizers are recommended as top dressing. If you have not yet taken preventative measures to control pests, now is the right time for this.

    • April 10, the growing moon.

    Recommendations of the day are identical to the previous one. The focus is on climbing plants and pests: first transplant, second destroy.

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    • April 11, the growing moon.

    Auspicious day for gardeners. Water, spray, fertilize, tranship and transplant, sow seeds, including in the ground (in the northern regions - in greenhouses).

    • April 12, the growing moon.

    Seeds sown today will please with good germination, and transplanted flowers will quickly take root in a new place.

    • April 13th, the growing moon.

    Plants become vulnerable and do not respond well to root manipulation, so leave them in old pots and refrain from loosening. Watering and gentle top dressing are allowed.

    • April 14th, the growing moon.

    You can sow the seeds of climbing indoor plants and cold-resistant flowers in the ground, all other work goes into the category of undesirable.

    • April 15th, the growing moon.

    Sanitary day. Inspect indoor plants for the appearance of rot, spider mites, dry leaves, stains, wilted buds and, if necessary, take measures against pests and diseases.

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    • April 16, the growing moon.

    Sow perennials and annuals on the ground, dive previously planted seedlings of flowers. If you need to transplant indoor plants, choose a gentle transshipment method.

    • April 17th, the growing moon.

    Sanitation, top dressing, moderate watering are shown. Transplant as needed.

    • April 18th, the growing moon.

    Good time to work with the earth - loosen, fertilize, water. You can transplant and trim indoor plants, sow perennials on flower beds and plant bulb flowers.

    • April 19th, the full moon.

    Plants enter dormancy. Time for preparation, revision of necessary equipment, planning.

    • April 20, waning moon.

    All kinds of pruning and other works that are capable of somehow damaging the aboveground part of the plants are forbidden, but the roots feel great. Use the moment to transplant indoor flowers - especially cacti - to loosen the soil and apply organic fertilizer to the soil.

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    • April 21, waning moon.

    The works allowed today include transplantation, transshipment, reproduction, sowing, top dressing, and prophylactic treatment from pests and diseases. Chemical fertilizers prefer organic.

    • April 22, waning moon.

    If the forecast does not promise freezing, take flowers intended for balconies and loggias to the open air. It’s better to postpone the change. Watering, fertilizing and spraying from pests - as needed.

    • April 23, waning moon.

    All the work related to water will take place with a bang: water your pets, wipe the leaves with wet wipes, arrange a warm shower for the flowers. Transplantation is not prohibited, but it is better to wait a bit with it.

    • April 24, waning moon.

    Day of sanitary and forming pruning, cultivation, fertilizing with organic fertilizers. All methods of transplantation, reproduction of indoor plants and sowing seeds in the soil are welcome.

    • April 25, waning moon.

    All works of the previous day are allowed, but reduce their intensity: an unfavorable period is approaching for manipulating flowers.

    In April, a period of growth begins, plants need watering and fertilizing

    • April 26, waning moon.

    It is not the best day for transplanting, but it is not forbidden to transfer indoor flowers from one flowerpot to another or plant it on the ground with a lump of earth if the soil is sufficiently warm.

    • April 27, waning moon.

    Bad day for working with plants. Refuse all procedures that can lead to damage to the aerial or underground parts: pruning, loosening, removing dry leaves. Gentle transshipment is allowed, but only in exceptional cases.

    • April 28, waning moon.

    Today, pest control and water procedures are most relevant, and one excludes the other. So either treat the plants with preparations from uninvited guests, or arrange a “bathing day”, armed with a spray bottle with warm water and a clean rag.

    • April 29, waning moon.

    The day does not impose strict prohibitions on any type of work with flowers or soil, but requires caution. Try to avoid mechanical damage to plants.

    • April 30, waning moon.

    A good period begins for transplanting, planting in the ground, propagation of indoor plants. Both pest control and preventive treatment for diseases, as well as watering, top dressing, and spraying will be successful.

    Have you already outlined an action plan to put your home greenhouse in order? In that case, go ahead! Let the real indoor jungle blossom on your windowsills by May, pleasing to the eye and delight the soul of any enthusiastic florist.


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