Traveling Gnome- Jumping in is fun! My only advice is to not overwhelm yourself, pick plants you want to eat the most, and be sure to research the planting conditions needed (when to plant, type of soil, how much space each will need as it grows). It's easy to put too much in at the start and then later realize you don't have enough room for the plants to grow large and that they crowd out your others. How exciting though! Also remember, part of gardening is learning - and that everyone has a plant or two that does great and a few that don't so if you run into any lack luster results don't give up. Each year I've learned a new thing or two and each year gets better! Good Luck, and please keep me updated as to how it goes.
gixxerific- 337 varieties of tomatoes- WOW- that would certainly make it hard to pick and choose! I had no idea there were so many! Oh wow! Do you mostly grow tomatoes or do you have many varieties of all types of seeds... yes you are a seedaholic, but oh I bet it is fun! Thanks for the offer- I may indeed message you when I get a lil more seed looking time.
Ozarklady- how awesome you hubby feeds the seed addiction -
Mine doesn't dissuade it, but doesn't encourage either. lol
jal-ut- yes better to have the seed than to not
there is always next year to plant it.
rainbowgardener- I don't do as well in the winter either- I think I need sunlight!
so yep- it gives one at least the hope of Spring to hold on to.