Today is one of my favorite days of the entire gardening season, as almost all my Spring bulbs are in bloom, except for the earliest of them such as crocus. My tulips just opened this morning, and my daffodils, muscari and hyacinths are still flourishing. Also in bloom are my iberis (candytuft) and creeping phlox. There's such an array of colors this time of year.
I also began my third round of seed starting: in peat pots I began cucumbers, cantaloupe, and watermelon, and also started four flats of cosmos. Finally, I soaked a bunch of morning glory and okra seeds to start tomorrow.
Lacking room under my grow lights, I took the gamble of putting out my last round of starts in my cold frame, which should keep any frost away, even if the shock of the cold might be too dramatic. It's always an experiment.