Some great, unusual (for the Bay Area) weather last night. I don't know if hail is harmful to most people's plants, but the natives sure take it in stride. It was fun to have some lightning and thunder and white stuff on the ground. (The cats thought differently.)
(The photos make it look like I went to town with the perlite, but it's hail.)
I don't do much, or anything, in the way of babying any of my plants, including seedlings and cuttings, because I sort of figure if they require codling then I don't have the time and energy for them, so everything is quite exposed. These Clarkia concinna seedlings seem to have forgotten all about the pelting.