Can North and south node be retrograde? No. The North Node of the Moon is always 180° from the South Node. That means they will always be in opposite signs.
Can your North Node be retrograde? Because of the way in which the nodes shift in the sky, they’re always moving retrograde (or in an apparent backspin) from our vantage point—so, yes, the north node will show up as retrograde in your chart, too, similar to retrograde planets.
What does it mean if a node is in retrograde? “Retrograde essentially means the planet’s energy is somewhat blocked externally, so those life areas that come within that planet’s domain are not as easily expressed.
How long is North Node in retrograde? The nodes move retrograde, or backwards, through the signs, completing a revolution over about 18.5 years. They spend about a year and a half in directly opposing signs.