We started our seeds on the 6th of February. Jane's flowers, especially the Lupines are doing the best. Most of my lettuce seeds didn't sprout, I'm guessing that it's because they are old and not very viable. I started some new ones Monday, and after just 2 days, I see they are starting to come up. Now that's what I was hoping for the first go around! I'm going to give my old seeds to the kids for "experiementing"! The tomatoes have come up pretty well, and the peppers are just starting to come up. If I remember right, peppers need a soil temperature of about 70 degrees to sprout, so I am trying to keep that temp. where it needs to be. I am using seeds from Bill Mewalt, a local gardener who saves non-hybrid seeds to plant his own next year, and has started selling them as well. They are supposed to be well adapted for our area, and I am really excited to see how they turn out. They can be purchased online, here, or at the Flower Tree Nursery.