I hope you've got your seeds started! If not, it's okay - do it now while there's still just a little bit of time. But this truly is your last chance.
This year, I'm only starting tomatoes and lavender from seeds. The tomatoes I started a week or 2 ago, and the lavender I started a month ago. Oh boy, do those lavender seeds take a long time to sprout. After about 3 weeks, just when I'd assumed I'd killed them and they weren't going to sprout, I saw the first tiny little green bud. Several days went by and it was still a tiny bud. After a week, I could finally see a stem and leaf. And even now, they've been sprouted for well over a week, maybe even 2 weeks, and this is all I've got:
Let me know if you've got any secrets I don't know about to get lavender going!
I justy got in my first onion bulbs and my horseradish has sprouted, but we'll discuss that next time.