Hi Alexia, this is Peggy. We are anxious to get started, so starting inside your home will give you a head start and is cheaper than buying plants at the nursery. Good luck and enjoy your garden. Indoor Vegetable Garden | DIY Indoor Garden - Popular Mechanics
Mar 12, 2019 - If you just can't wait for warmer weather to start gardening again, fear not. Indoor gardening is a good way to save money and get a head start ...
When you're ready to put your plants outside, be sure to harden them off so they don't die from shock: https://thekitchengarten.com/how-to-harden-off-seedlings/
We start ours with an Aerogarden, but sometimes we put moist seeds in potting soil in the window sills in small egg cartons and transplant when they out grow it. Keep the soil moist with plastic cover until the seeds are up an inch or more.