My seed starting cycle is different from most here. I am playing with moistly perennials, herbs, native plants and more, rather eclectic. Most of those that do germinate and make it to decent size are put out to sell at the farmers market, and of course some I keep or gift. I have many more going now that last year this time, and when it gets really cold not sure what the plan is!
Anyway, I am usually gone about 1 week 1st November and try not to have any new starter pellets for anyone else to worry about. the 4" pots and larger can handle this if put out of sun etc. If anyone is in AL then, I should be at Ft Toulouse, Wetumpka doing the natural dye demo.
To keep things going, figure to have 4 -6 (10/12) peat pellet trays started and in veggie drawer of frig, as they need 4 - 6 weeks. I'll try some of the seeds I harvested including Baptisia and coneflower (pallida, Tennessee, purple).