This is part of my pizza garden. Off to the right I have three types of basil freshly planted. In the middle I have a stripe of Oregano (Greek, of course), and second from left is Sweet Marjoram, and the extreme left has two Winter Savory seeds and one Summer Savory. Now, to get my Thyme plants.
What the dining room table looks like when we aren't feeding guests. The square bowls have Delicious, Green Giant, and Mexico Tomatoes (one is empy), the pie tin and the white container next to it holds my son's supply of Abraham Lincoln tomatoes -- which have since been repotted, pray for their leafy little souls -- a couple of citrus seedlings in the white styrofoam, also my daughters' tomato seedlings (one each of Believe it or Not and Brandywine OTV), and one very crazy potato seedling. It's just below the square pan on the right. It has since been repotted but there is no point in praying for it. It knows how to take care of itself -- good grief, it was twice this size when I repotted it. It looks to belong to that special class of plants that I have to actively try to kill. When the temperatures get above freezing, my youngest child's potato plant is getting put out.