Cancer Moon Moist Very Fertile

***Moon of nurture and imagination

Caring and home maker

Suitable energy for home making, looking after the children, nursing the sick, care taking, budgeting, op. shopping, feeding the hungry, cleaning, doing the laundry, recycling, storytelling, creative writing, fantasy or history reading, teaching, psychic insight, intuition. Purchase of children’s clothes, house hold items, blankets, antiques, houses and real estate. Action motivated by sympathetic response and the need to stick to what is familiar and safe. Self protective, reserved in display of feelings, caring. Beware of excessive mothering, dependency, personal bias, emotional manipulation, fear.

Cancer Moon in the garden

    • The following are the Edible Plants, Herbs, Trees and Flowers since ancient times associated with Cancer, and also with the Moon, Cancer’s traditional Ruler, the archetypal goddess of nurturing, fertility, home making, family and the sacred connection with our ancestors. The moon governing the tides is traditionally associated with all plants with a high water content, like Lettuce, Cucumbers, Celery, for instance. Also plants like Cereals and Rice, staple food for billions of people on earth, the Moon being the Great nurturing Mother of All. As well as plants, medicinal and otherwise, that produce a milky sap; medicinal herbs/plants used to soothe the stomach and improve digestion; and those that have a beneficial effect on women fertility, the health of the womb and breast, and,of course, those helpful in pregnancy and during delivery.

Cancer is a Water Sign and one of the most fertile of all Signs. Everything should do well when planted in Cancer, if the Moon is in the right phase.
Cancer is also suitable for propagating cuttings, grafting and deep irrigation.

Today the energy could be right for many activities in the garden, to make our home life more productive, self sufficient and thrifty; thus fostering cooperation and a sense of belonging too.

Edible Plants: Lettuce, Cucumbers, Melons (Water Melons, Rock Melon), Water Cress, Celery.

Healing Herbs: Ginseng, Papaya leaf, Peppermint, Spearmint, Lemon Balm, Bay, Parsley, Aloe, Celery, Slippery Elm Bark, Evening Primrose.

Tree GlyphTrees: Laurel and all trees that produce an abundance of blossoms, like the Cherry Tree. Also those that reproduce easily by cutting or seed dispersion.

Flower Glyph pinkOrnamental and Flowering Plants: White Roses and all White Flowers, Morning Glories, Water Lily, Lotus, Southern Magnolia, Jasmine, Melon Flowers. Flowers that open up around Full Moon time are also naturally associated with the Moon, like the Datura sweet smelling and dangerous Devil’s Trumpets, known in India as Moon Flowers. This common name is also used for numerous other flowering plants that bloom during the night, from evening to dawn, like the Evening Primrose; the Crimson Red Nymphaea (Lotus) the Night Gladiolus; the Night Jasmine; the Casablanca Lily, fragrant flowers used for wedding bouquets and in perfumery; the Moon Flower of family Ipomonea (same as Morning Glory), beautiful large white flowers; Lady of the Night; Princess of the Night; Some Cactus and Succulent Flowers, all night blooming.


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