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Not that anything has sprouted yet in my little indoor container garden, although my coleus cuttings are getting along just swimmingly with their sunny spot.
But the real reason I decided to try sprouting some seedlings is because we got here in mid-summer, and by the time we got organized enough to where I felt I could spend some time doing outdoorsy work and not feel guilty about it, it was far past any time frame to be sprouting seeds other than some lettuce and kale (which are still relatively small in my back garden but definitely growing -- I'm thinking another 30 days and we'll be eating homegrown produce).
I had to rearrange our bedroom to take advantage of the sunny window, but I actually like the layout better now. I seeded some basil, breadseed poppies, and columbine because that's all I really had on hand (thanks, Anna!) since I've only purchased vegetable seeds so far out here (I plan to do more, however -- that dresser will be overflowing with flower seedlings in a few weeks).
I know, it's kinda ridiculous, but gardening wouldn't be any fun without experimentation, and I'm hoping to have some big, fat plants to put out in the springtime! If they don't completely take over our bedroom window first, that is.