I was chucking the tins and jars into re-cycling and suddenly thought they would make useful (and free) mini propagators ..... I punched some drainage holes in the bottom of the tin, filled with compost and planted the seeds. The upturned jars sit perfectly in the neck of the tin and act as a mini greenhouse to get the seeds going quicker. So I didn't forget what I had planted I just marked in black permanent the name of the plant on the outside of the tin. They could be tarted up a little with some spray paint I suppose but they have done the job wonderfully and I am about to start off my free Dig-in seeds sent from Gardener's World.