It's late November, and it is the gardening off season for most of the United States. This is when the extreme southern parts of the country get a break for the heat and maybe they can grow some crops that the rest of us grow in summer.
For the majority of us, it's cold and dark. The trees are bare and very little grows... although lawn weeds tend to keep going, much to our dismay.
What's a gardener to do?
Here are some ideas that...
This time of year everyone gets over-excited and wants to start seeds. Right. Now.
Hold your horses. Make sure you know what you're doing.
I consider starting seeds indoors to be an "intermediate" level skill, and I don't really recommend it for beginners.
If you've never done it before, beware of beginner mistakes. You run the risk of spending a lot of money, time, and effort and not producing the lovely little transplants...