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That is so true, about feeling so in crotnol of the garden in the spring, and losing that quickly as the garden fills in. I am always in shock to find those stealth weeds that are 5 feet tall in the middle of the bed and unnoticed (until they try to bloom). It's nice to hear that it happens to you too, but hard to believe your garden is always so beautiful. I guess this year we're being reminded rather forcibly even in early spring that we're not in crotnol even now. The forecast now for tomorrow night is a low of 9 degrees in Oneonta, which means about 4 degrees up here on the hill. Eek! I have delphiniums that are up 4 or 5 inches, a Dr. Merrill magnolia just starting to bloom and even the later Ann' magnolia is breaking buds. Time for some prayers (and lots of row cover and spruce branches).