After going through the effort to build our own A-frame trellises for our tomato and cucumber seedlings (started indoors from seeds carefully hoarded from last year's purchased-at-the-farmer's-market-organic-heirloom food) all of the cucumbers and most of the tomatoes DIED while I was hardening them off. It looked from the leaves like too much sun exposure, but I thought I was going slowly (an hour or so in the shaded carport on day one, three hours on day two, an hour of direct sun and three hours of shade on day three, etc). After TWO WEEKS of hardening off, they still died when I left them out for 8 hours on a sunny day.
I think I give up on starting seedlings indoors FOREVER. So now I'll just direct-seed the seeds I have left and we'll see.
Wildflowers are popping up all over now here in northern VA. The weather's been beautiful, the perennials in the herb garden are coming back up, and the persnickety carrots have actually managed to sprout in our hopelessly thick clay soil. So not all is bad. :)