I agree with SunshineMN, if your planning on doing indoor gardening then you should definitely includes lots of sprouts. If you want it to look more like a garden (instead of a bunch of jars full of seeds), grow microgreens on soil. Sunflower greens, pea shoots, flax and chia greens (don't soak these), and many other greens can be grown on soil for 1-2 weeks, then you eat the shoot. The nutritional value of these is insane; the only thing better are the cereal grasses (although weeds are up there too).
Sprouting is fun and easy! We just started sprouting a month ago and we're already in a good routine of growing just what we need for the week. We use 5 one quart jars at the moment. We're rotating through alfalfa, green peas, fenugreek, rye, amaranth and lentils. And we just added clover, which eventually sprouted okay but it was quite slow compared to the others.