Thanks for the reply applestar, with the late start I wanted to just try a mix of plants from seed to see how and what with each. Also wanted to start growing with what I had available so I could learn on the job so to speak. For example when I found my spinach turning yellow, I had to research the problem, and found most likely I was dealing with a nitrogen deficiency. I gave the spinach a drink of some nitrogen fertilizer, and by the end of the day they had darg green throughout they veins slowly spreading into the leaves. At this point I tossed the fertilizer packs that came with my planters, gave them a few day of straight water, then yesterday stared them on alaksa fish fertilizer, and will give that once a week. My cilantro has gone into summer stage so no longer good for eating, I'm letting it go to seed so I can harvest the coriander seeds for picking
my dill sprouted last week , more bell peppers starting. If I can keep the zucchini plant next to the peppers from over growing them. I'm going to attempt a trellis, to tame it. All in all it is a lot of fun so far!!
Sweet basil, cilantro, and strawberry plants
Zucchini, with spaghetti squash behind
Swiss chard, pak choi