Good choices are summer garden staples, such as pumpkins, beans, cucumbers, and melons. Try 7-10 day continuous seeding of different varieties. Flatten the top and plant the seeds according to the instructions on the seed package for depth and spacing. To keep the information correct, write down your ideal planting day for each seed on a sticky note, attach it to the individual package, and arrange the seeds in chronological order in a card file.
To prepare for the seed start, go to the stores and buy enough suitable growing mix, seed trays, and peat pots (or any other method you plan to use). Otherwise, if you just need a refresher on growing seeds indoors, check out my Starting Seeds Indoors e-book. Like beets, chard pods contain several seeds. Once the beets are about 4 inches tall, thin one plant every 6-12 inches.
Sow the seeds directly in your garden 4 to 6 weeks before the spring planting date, once the soil is workable. You can sow seeds in furrows, mounds, or simply by drilling holes in the soil and dropping the seeds. All you need is a seed tray, some seed compost or a damp kitchen roll, a windowsill, and a lid (clear plastic to-go trays will work just fine). Sprinkle the seeds over your garden in the fall or as soon as the soil can be worked in early spring.
My wife and I have been planting vegetable and flower gardens for many years, and we have tried to make some with seeds for the past few years. These seeds have a sufficiently short growing season or are frost tolerant and can be sown directly in the garden as soon as the soil thaws in early spring. This is my first time planting seeds directly, but I can't find any place that tells me what to do after sowing the seeds.