It’s time to sow seeds for fruits and flowers this week until the full moon on Friday 9th June 2017.
Especially good days include Saturday arvo 4th June through to Thursday 8th morning [here in New Zealand]
In the northern hemisphere, this is a great time to sow heaps for summer crops.
Here in New Zealand, the weather is cool/cold. Less day-light as we approach the shortest day means the ground is also cool. This is a time to plan more and sow less until the ground warms up. Or sow under shelter, such as a hot-house or tunnel-house.
We may still plant a crop of green manure into vacant garden beds. It can grow until the plants start to flower then we will chop them off and either dig them into the soil or, more likely, cover the lot with mulch and leave the worms to turn it all into lovely new rich soil for spring planting.
This week the moon is growing towards full and from Saturday through to Thursday are when many aspects line up to give optimum good germination for strong seedlings. Worth a try I think.