The mild-ish winter has been very good for my in-ground Salvia greggii's and microphylla's... these "San Carlos Festival" Salvias, next to the house, have lots of live stems and don't need major trimming... but I will trim, both to encourage new growth and root more cuttings.
My left-in-ground Cannas are also sprouting up fast now, growing by the hour...
Took cuttings from my "David Verity cuphea in the sunroom - my potted host plant will come outside very soon, maybe today? (but will start out in full shade for a few days... and will come back in, if cold threatens)
Looking at the 10-day forecast, it LOOKS like we might be "out of woods" for another frost this spring... but you know, as SOON as I plant something frost-sensitive - or bring out a heavy citrus tree - we will somehow get an unpredicted late freeze! Always the way!
USDA zone 7a
Heat zone 6
Sunset zone 32