You've got to love this time of year, the trees are budding, flowers are blooming. If you've caught spring fever, let us help you cure it!
If you are in the mood to clean and organize, we have tons of books that can help guide you. Or if you are a Marie Kondo fan, you should also check out this list: If You Liked The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up, where the authors share their organizing expertise.
Now is the perfect time to start preparing for your garden. Rule of thumb in Colorado is don't plant outside until Mother's Day, but that doesn't mean you can't get your garden started inside before Mother's Day or even start drawing up plans. These are the perfect books to help get you started and maintain a successful garden all summer.
- Vegetable Gardens
- Flower Gardens
Maybe you are in the mood to try some new recipes? Well we have new cookbooks we think you'll love. Check out Spring 2019 Cookbooks.
The Birds and the Bees
Make your backyard bird, bee or butterfly friendly!
- What's All the Buzz? If you've ever thought of keeping bees, this bee blog post written by a bee keeper can help you get started.
- Talk Birdy to Me. Get into backyard birdwatching with these tips.
- Backyard Chickens. Have you thought about keeping chickens? You'll want to read these books.
- Save the Bees With Natural Backyard Hives
- 100 Plants to Feed the Bees
- Birds, Bees, & Butterflies
- Attracting Butterflies & Hummingbirds to your Backyard
- Gardening for Butterflies
Get Out of Town
Go hiking or camping or anywhere in nature. We have so many spots to choose from, practically in our own backyard. Did you know you can check out a GPS from the library to take with you or record your adventures with a GoPro?
We hope this was enough to keep you busy...or at least get you started. What do you do when you have spring fever?