No pics, sorry. Camera card full and the 'new' pc won't accept my camera.
Right now, they're in 6 inch flower pots, about to be moved to 5 gallon black plastic pots, that you get new bushes/trees in. Got a bunch of them when I dropped of some leaves at the local brush recycle pile. Someone dropped the pots off by mistake. Pots about 18" round, 12" high, with drainage holes. Planting low,then filling in as they grow. Picked up some porcelain 'eating' plates at the local 'put-n-take' building at the trash station, to put inder the plastic pots so water won't end up on the wooden floors.
Growing medium will be leaf mulch soil from the garden (if it warms up at all (still frozen)), already treated with lime and potassium. Might try some potting soil (left over from 2014) mixed with some leaf mulch. My 2 year old leaf mulch is like fine dry loam.
Little buggers are approaching 10" high, so I gotta act fast. Nice big, healthy green plants. Don't know whats happening under the soil.
The orphaned 2-leaf plant I found hiding in the garden just before the last hard frost is coming along, still don't know what I got, but it's green and healthy, and following the sun.
My unheated porch faces south, the south wall is all glass, so it's nice and brite & warm during the day, but have to bring the plants in at night. Kitchen morfs into a green house at night. From now on, they'll be in the living room, 6 windows facing south, sharing space with a dozen tomato plants, plus normal living room stuff. No room for the Christmas tree again this year. No artificial light, just the windows.
Don't know what they'll do. Maybe just make a big green/living plant. Who knows, I could have pumpkins hanging from the chandelier in a couple months. Or big plants for the 2016 garden.
So far, hasn't cost me a dime. And it's all re-useable.
The only way to 'learn' is to 'experiment'.