moved the penstemons and the stem propagated echinaceas into the cold frame to harden off. planted a couple of salvia clevelandii cuttings. was delighted to find volunteer delphinium elatums, a first for me. decided there was no point worrying about the eremurus bungei and himalaicus already being up a couple of inches. the back garden which i replanted last year-mostly iris, delphiniums and lupins-is filling up with seedling cheiranthus, hesperis, lunaria, larkspur, nepeta, three kinds of rudbeckia, stipa tenuissima, hollyhocks and things not yet identified. all of which would make a nice garden just not the one i planned. we have had record warm temps so garden is months ahead of itself which is nice but scary.