No. It's your goddam RIGHT as an American to do whatever the hell you please in your own yard whenever the hell you choose, gardening certainly notwithstanding.
My grandfather braved through unfathomable chaos, endless gunfire and unprecedented carnage on the sands of Normandy, crawling over deceased companions in a desperate effort of liberation.
My father, he was subjected to inconceivable terror and relentless danger as he lay soaking wet in the cold mud with malaria on lookout after an ambush in the lethal, unforgiving jungles of Vietnam.
Why did my kin do these things? Why did they willingly forego comfort and safety and subject themselves to torment and brutality unimaginable against nearly all odds of survival?
I'll tell you why. It's quite simple. They did what they did, and gave everything they had in the process, so that you and I could remain free to GARDEN WHENEVER THE F*CK WE PLEASE.
However certain tasks, like weeding, may be harder at night, even with lights. :D
A. Unpleasant conversation with my grandfather after he got all liquored up one Thanksgiving . B. Equally unpleasant conversation with my father after he got all liquored up at the family reunion. C. the Constitution of the United States of America D. "Nocturnal Horticulture Monthly" magazine