See Solstice Full Moon …
The Full Moon appears on the same night as the Summer Solstice. The last time this occurred was June, 1948 [ A very good year for many reasons ].
The Old Farmers Almanac
Gather herbs tomorrow. Plant roses and beans, stake tomatoes and feed pepper plants 1 teaspoon of Epsom salts in a 1/2 gallon of water. Pour it around the base of the plants. In the morning, open all the windows, let the fresh air in. Fix a fresh salad for dinner, brew some Sun tea. For tomorrow is the longest day. For it is on this day, Earth and Sun come out to play. June is the full buck Moon. The bucks rub their antlers on the trees to leave a scent for the does. All of nature dances tonight and tomorrow. Go and do likewise. If you get the chance, I hope you’ll dance.
Blessed Be, sweet ones.