Wesleyan’s campus is home to dozens of flowering shrubs, trees and blooming flower gardens.
Pink mountain laurels bloom near Olin Library.
Lily of the Valley grows near the President’s House.
Red geraniums face Fayerweather Hall and Usdan University Center.
Pots of geraniums line the top of Denison Terrace.
Lilacs radiate a sweet smell near the Center for the Americas.
Phlox blooms near the West College residences.
Giant alliums grow near West College.
Pink rhododendrons bloom near College Row.
A dogwood tree blooms near the Center for the Americas.
Planted pansies bloom near Davison Art Center.
Petunias and hosta are planted near Boger Hall.
Roses near student residences.
Azalea bloom near Andrus Field.
Lupines and phlox grow in the West College courtyard, mimicking the steeple of Memorial Chapel. (Photos by Olivia Drake)