I decided this year to start them early so that they have a bigger root base when I transfer them to the garden in the Spring. I got most of my seeds from Park Seed. From previous experience, usually half of what I plan survives the whole process from seed to flower. This includes the squirrels who just love to dig the spots where I plant looking for bulbs. I want to kill them but they were there before I bought the house so they have as much right to live as I do. This year I am trying: Snapdragons Rose Campions Petunias Celosias Geraniums Begonias Foxgloves Delphinium and, the most interesting, cockscomb of different colors. I am starting them indoors, in waves. Here are some pics of my scrappy and small indoor setup.