I live pretty far up north and temps are still way too cold to bring temperate plants outside, but I checked on them just the other day and they're ALL awake... The ones that didn't wake up much earlier and are now dead from fungus gnats that must have over wintered with them, lack of light, and rotting. Of course it's mostly the plants I just ordered late last summer that all died, along with my favorite, my Darlingtonia californica (completely stumped on the reason for the death of that one).
Now my problem is that with all these plants waking up, they can't go outside and I just don't have the window space for them. My parents hate my plants and I'll soon be in a single bedroom apartment. What does everyone else do with their early rising plants to actually keep them living when there's another month or 2 of cold temps?