Well I am ready to start. See my ready trays? Last year I ordered seed from e-bay and got nothing, lost $50. This year I ordered certified organic open pollinated seeds from a certified dealer for $3.50 per pack plus shipping. I recieved the order 3 packets short, 2 packets from 2004, 5 packets from 2005 and only 3 from 2008. Frosts my corn flakes!! Supposed to sell fresh seed right? Anyone?
Some flowers onions and leeks can be started now.
The plants in the back are my neglected pepper plants. yes shamelessly I have not doted on them in the past few months, but really I have had these same plants growing in my life for six years now. Every month or so each plant gives me hot peppers to eat. Sweet peppers are not so prolific in the house but you can keep them alive through the winter to be a mature plant with a head start for the growing season. You can do this with tomato plants, again cherry tomatoes will produce through the winter but keep other tomato "mothers" in pots over winter too. On the floor are my geraniums and begonias which can take the cool of the floor through the winter and still bloom.
Gonna publish my book on lulu.com tonight. big night for me as it is the first book i ever finished!