Hello City! This is a rather long one, but bare with me. First-time grower here, btw. I've been waiting quite a few years to finally be able to grow myself, and now I can. I went to the local headshop/grow shop and bought the top-of-the-line everything, including some not-so-top-of-the-line but apparently very easy to grow, Royal Critical Automatic, just to get a good experience with my first grow, only to step it up a notch later. First off, germination didn't went well.. Only 3 of the 5 seeds worked, and out of the 3 seedlings i somehow managed to kill 2 - the last one is doing amazingly good, so I don't know if it was me or the seeds that sucked.. Anyways, i decided to kill the little sucker and start over with some proper good seeds, and do it perfect this time. I choose peppermint kush, a new 2013 strain by Barney's Farm in Amsterdam. Indica and very potent, just how I like it. I started off by soaking the seeds in water, and already after the first couple of hours 3 of the seeds started to germinate (Much better result that last time already) at this point i decided to put all of them in damp toiletpaper and let them do what they do best. This is where they currently are. I think I got this part of the process down quite well, however I am not sure about the upcoming week. When (all of) the seeds starts showing the taproot I'll plant them into the growing medium (rockwool). But what now? Should I wait for it to come up from the ground before putting them under light? Or should I just do it immediately? Also, I live in Denmark, and it is very cold here. The only place they would be able to get the 20-25 degrees celcius they need (according to many hours of googling), is inside the grow-closet (with the lights on). So I can either leave them dark but relatively cold, or hot but with a lot of light. So, city, how should i treat my little babies? TL;DR: Describe (in detail) the week-or-so from germination to actual veg-phase. Light, temperature, humidity etc. I hope some of you can help, I'll be looking forward to posting pictures of my soon-to-be Peppermint Kush!