If you don’t believe that quote from poet T.S. Eliot, just take a look at my greenhouse–without a roof. The April winds in New Mexico are worse than those in March and this year they ripped the roof right off of our greenhouse. Gusts were over 60 mph! Fortunately, the roof panels are still intact and can be easily repaired. The side panels held, and no plants were harmed. The seasons in New Mexico, rated in order from best to worst, are summer, fall, winter and then spring in dead last place.