Thankfully, we had some ratty old sheets on hand to cover the gardens. I'm not really sure if it did frost either night, but we were prepared just in case.
In the east garden, the strawberry plants are low enough I just had to lay a sheet over everything. Simple enough. By the way, we are still looking for some more plants to fill in the gaps made by the squirrels. I'm sure we'll get some more soon, there is just alot of other things on our minds lately as well.
The west garden was a little trickier. I wound up using a bunch of unused flower pots upside down over most of the herbs in the top half. Then some sideways tomatoe cages among the fragile new garlic shoots so the sheet wouldn't break them - and I didn't harm a one! The lettuce on the bottom is low enough I let the sheet just lay over it.
This is May! It's not supposed to frost anymore! I don't think there's anything to worry about, but the weather has turned cool and damp lately. I'm sure we will have some nice growing weather soon! (X-fingers!)