Well, I went to the nursery yesterday to look for manure, straw, Epsom salt, and 6-cell starter pots. They don't carry Epsom salt, they didn't currently have manure and straw, and they don't normally carry 6-cell starter pots, though they said they might be able to order them for me. BUT they did have a pile of old plastic pots that they let me rummage through for free. I got a bunch of 3" and 4" square pots, plus 2 giant pots which will be good for tomatoes. Plus I bought a bag of 10-10-10 all purpose fertilizer. So, all in all, I'd say it was a worthwhile trip. I'm planning on painting the big pots and maybe some of the little pots so they won't look like cheap black plastic, even though that's what they are.
As for my indoor garden, I've counted and I have a little over 150 plants started. I've been rotating them under the lights and in the windowsills since I don't really have the number of light fixtures to accommodate all plants 24/7. I realized about a week ago that those coily long-life light bulbs that go in regular table lamps are actually florescent. So I've been using those to increase and enhance my indoor garden. One of my main problems so far seems to be that my cat loves to eat my hollyhocks. I've started a pot with 10-15 hollyhock seeds just for him. I hope that will be enough to keep him occupied.
In addition to my indoor garden, I've winter sowed about 150 seeds outdoors. None of them have yet germinated, but I'll keep you posted. :)