THE MOON AND THE PEASANT TRADITION
Beatrice Grandma always told us about the importance of taking care of plants in the right way and giving them the attention they deserve every day. Healthy plants are like beautiful women, she said. An unattended woman is like a plant without proper light or nourishment, slowly it tends to wither, losing its vitality and luster. Grandma told us about the beliefs of the peasants who saw a point of reference in the moon phases essential for sowing plants and vegetables.
they advised to follow the growing moon for the sowing of vegetables that grow above the ground and conversely, to rely on the waning moon to sow the vegetables that grow under the ground.
DID YOU KNOW THAT?
Scientific studies show that the moonlight is able to penetrate the soil much more than sunlight, positively influencing the germination of seeds.
in this phase of the moon most of the sowing takes place, mainly of all those plants that go flowering and growing above the ground; it seems that the sap tends to rise towards the surface, favoring a lot
more plant development.
in this lunar phase the lymphs descend towards the roots, favoring their development and the earth is very receptive;
everything that mounts to seed and develops under the ground is mainly favored.
Our galvanized steel gardens have been designed to last over time and are also suitable for both indoor and outdoor exhibitions. However, it is recommended not to expose the plants directly to sunlight or to evaluate partial exposure to the sun, so as not to cause damage to the plant itself.