Three little planters of each — basil, chives, cilantro, parsley, tomato, squash, zucchini & peppers. I lined the box with plastic wrap and put a few seeds in each little pot (knowing I'll have to thin them out eventually). The pots are biodegradable so transplanting should be a breeze. After taking pics, I covered the whole thing with plastic wrap*, poked a few teeny holes, and put it in our big south-facing window.
Some things, like the squash, I'm afraid I might be starting too early in the season. Buttt if the squash does well, we may be gifting a couple of the seedlings to friends. I hear one squash plant is plenty.
Keep your fingers crossed for me! I'm going to be so excited if I even get one veggie out of this bunch.
Advice is still always welcome (especially if you notice anything I am doing wrong). I'm planning to post weekly progress : )
*Edit: should I take the plastic wrap off so the seeds have better air circulation? Don't want them to get too moist and then moldy. Hmmmmm...