moonbloom info

Moonbloom is a growing range of products to assist you in your organic vegetable and herb garden.
moonbloom vegetable and herb food planting south africa
The Moonbloom calendar assists you to know when and what to plant in the month and create a simple healthy planting cycle in your organic vegetable and herb garden. It uses the scientific moon cycles (SAST) and the various South African climate zones and their respective vegetable and herb listings as a guide for successful growing results.
– calendar 2020 (starts January 2020) month-by-month
– printed on Munken Papers 170gsm and 240gsm
– Size: A4
– wire bound
– punch-hole with metal eyelet
– South African based
– SAST universal time noted for each moon cycle
– comprehensive vegetable and herb list for the 7 different climate zones of SA
– vegetable icons classified according to which part of the plant is eaten
– includes other useful gardening method icons
– barcode: 0781718421744
The latest in the Moonbloom range are posters to help you in your edible garden. The first been a Companion Planting poster with over 60 various vegetables and herbs featured. Cross referenced thoroughly and positively assists one when planting. The other is a Natural Pest Control poster. Why go running off to the shops to buy a pest control product when you could make it at home? Outlines preventative measures, what to collect and plant during the year, common pests of South Africa and homemade natural sprays, solutions, rubs and traps.
The calendar and posters are printed on Munken Paper which is an environmentally friendly and ecologically sound paper produced at Arctic Paper Munkedals AB in Sweden, one of the world’s cleanest fine paper mills. Munken Papers are FSC 70% mix source certified – the mark of responsible forestry, FSC-C022692 and PEFC certified.
All the products are packaged in up cycled paper and rolls – no plastic is used. Eco downloads are also available, set up with print info and so simple to print out at home.
  • Eco Atlas, a national website that empowers people and planet friendly choices, and runner up in the Mail & Guardian Greening the Future Awards 2015