There is a full moon on April 9 and according to pagancalendar.co.uk/, the Celtic name for this month's full moon is Growing Moon.
That seems appropriate, as the trees and bushes are all turning green. Only yesterday I noticed that the apple tree in my garden is coming to life once more with little leaves budding on its branches.
Many seedlings flourish best if planted at around the time of the full moon, so it is also a good time to help make the garden greener.
Or you might prefer to make the garden pink...
Yes, "pink" was what I meant to type.
The Old Farmers Almanac calls April's full moon the Pink Moon. Apparently, this name comes from the herb moss pink, or wild ground phlox, which is a widespread spring flower in North America.
I'm not sure if ground phlox grows in England - I certainly don't have any in my garden. But I do have some unusual pink bluebells...