The flowers of April and May have turned into the berries of June!
So, grab a basket of strawberries and get ready to celebrate the Strawberry Moon!
This celestial orb may not be as bright as a diamond, but it shines as sweet as a summer fruit!
So, why should we celebrate this lunar event? Well, let us count the strawberries on the vine!
The Strawberry Moon got its name from the juicy, ripe strawberries that are harvested during the month of June.
Therefore, it only makes sense that the full moon in June would be called the Strawberry Moon.
Strawberry Moon got its name because in June, strawberries are in season and the sweet scent of strawberries fills the air! And what could be a sweeter celebration than a moon named after one of summer’s most delicious fruits?
Strawberry Moon is not only a symbol of the delicious fruit of summer, but also a time to celebrate the arrival of the warm weather and all the outdoor activities that come with it.
In many cultures, the Strawberry Moon is also considered a time to prepare your garden and home for the summer months ahead.
So, why not take advantage of this opportunity to tidy up your outdoor space and get it ready for the warm weather?
Plant a vegetable garden, organize your patio, or simply spend some time enjoying the great outdoors.
And speaking of growing, there’s no better way to celebrate the Strawberry Moon than with strawberries!
You can make a strawberry shortcake, decorate your home with strawberry-themed accents.
Host a strawberry-themed dinner party, organize a strawberry-picking excursion, or simply enjoy a relaxing bath surrounded by strawberry-scented candles.
From picnics in the park to evenings spent under the stars, the Strawberry Moon provides the perfect backdrop for all your summer adventures.
Strawberry Moon is a time to celebrate the arrival of summer, the beauty of nature, and all the wonderful things that come with it.
Go grab a basket of strawberries, sit back, and bask in the glow of this celestial beauty.
Just remember, when it comes to the Strawberry Moon, it’s not about the size of your basket but it’s about the freshness of its contents!
Happy Strawberry Moon!
Enjoy the fruits during this month of the Summer Solstice in the summer season of plenty!
The full moon in June is also known as:
- Berries Ripen Moon (Haida)
- Birth Moon (Tlingit)
- Blooming Moon (Anishinaabe)
- Cold Moon (South Africa)
- Dyad Moon (Wicca)
- Egg Laying Moon (Cree)
- Green Corn Moon (Cherokee)
- Hatching Moon (Cree)
- Hoer Moon (Western Abenaki)
- Honey Moon (European)
- Horse Moon (Old English)
- Hot Moon
- Lotus Moon (Chinese)
- Mead Moon (Old English)
- Moon of Horses (Celtic)
- Moon When June Berries Are Ripe (Dakota) (Sioux)
- Poson Poya (Buddhist)
- Rose Moon (Old English)
- Strawberry Moon (Dakota) (Lakota) (Algonquin) (Ojibwe)
- Thunder Moon
- Windy Moon (Choctaw)
Upcoming Strawberry Moons:
2022 June 14, 12:52 UTC
2023 June 4, 03:42 UTC
2024 June 22, 02:08 UTC
2025 June 11, 08:44 UTC
2026 June 30, 00:57 UTC
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