Time is running out and my little sprouts are turning into small plants. They are already growing in their individual disposable cups, which are much larger than prior ones. I made holes in these containers to drain the water.
I also bought more soil and some fertilizers then I made the soil mixture to transfer 'babies'. That went well, none of them died.
Now every day seedlings need to be watered, sprayed and turned the other way towards the light. After 6 pm I turn on the lamps for additional illumination.
I also sowed Nasturtium (Tropaeolum), Asters (Callistephus) and a mixture of perennial flowers. For them, I chose plastic containers in which vegetables are sold in the store. Of course I made holes in these containers to drain the water the same way.
Impatiens, Begonia semperflorens and Clivia bloom constantly inside. They delight with their flowers while spring has not yet woken up here.