This year I only have 14 varieties of peppers growing, but 21 varieties of tomatoes. I have only my 4 varieties of chinense peppers sprouted - started those seeds on 3-20, and the eggplant seeds I started on 3-27, and only one of the 5 varieties hasn't germinated, though that is the oldest variety, so I didn't give up.
On 3-31 all the rest of the pepper seeds were put to soak, and 4-1 put to sprout in the strip tray, of vermiculite, the usual time and method I use. Tonight all of my tomato seeds will be put to soak - I counted out all of the seeds into the cups a couple of nights ago, when doing peppers. I decided to start them a few days later than usual, since they were growing too quickly the last couple of years!
It looks like that extreme cold we got recently killed some of my radish starts, despite being cold resistant. I'll just plant seeds in the empty spots - no big deal, and I don't have any more things out there, that have come up yet.
Yesterday, I refreshed my Jr Earthboxes, and put them around my deck, as the windowsill boxes. Very soon I'll plant a few things in some of them, but basil comes much later. Soon, my brassica seedlings get planted, then covered, to keep out varmints. Around the middle of April is when I start some other seeds, that I only grow 3 weeks or a little longer - okra, bottle gourds, bitter melons, and cucumbers, and I usually start these in peat pelllets - same with winter squash about a week later, which I start later, since it seems those start faster, and grow faster.
I hope nobody out there has problems with weather, garden related or otherwise!