Springtime in the Colorado front range is a little sketchy. We start out with those random 70 degree days in January, cold and wind and snow in February. Then there is March, in like a lion, out like a lamb… I don’t know about that. Often March is in like a lion and out like a lion. Regardless, late March is when we start itching to put some seeds in the ground, only the cool crops though. Lettuce, spinach, carrots and onions usually do okay, even though April arrives when we next turn the calendar. This is what April looks like during a Colorado Spring along the Front Range.