Memorial Day Weekend is here. But the gardeners among us are casting an anxious look at the sky, or at least at the weather forecast, in hopes that it will be a good weekend to get gardens going and yardwork done. While typical gardening and planting is a bit delayed this year, garden contributor Melinda Myers offers some suggestions about what you might want to take on during one of the busiest and maybe most important gardening weekends of the year: 1. Install floating row covers: Cold weather stresses plants and delays your harvest, but Myers says even with decent weather she will give a little extra protection to her plants to speed up the harvest. “[Floating row covers] trap the heat, so if we have cold nights like we’ve been having in the 40s, it won’t kill your plants.” The covers let air, light and water through – but just remember to remove it when plants need to be pollinated or grow too big. 2. Gradually introduce plants from a greenhouse to the outdoor environment: The first day, put plants in an hour of direct sun, and increase the time each following day. Let the soil go slightly dryer and don’t fertilize until you transplant yo...