Early-Blooming Flowers Beckon Spring’s Arrival at Wesleyan

A pop of color from these early-blooming daffodils signifies that spring has sprung at Wesleyan. Pictured in the background is Downey House.

A bee gathers pollen from a grouping of crocuses on March 28. Hundreds of crocuses have naturalized near the Davison Art Center’s Alsop House courtyard. Crocuses are one of the first pollen sources available to bees in early spring.

Siberian squill

Multiple clumps of Siberian squill bloom within the Center for the Arts complex.

Vibrant, spring-blooming pansies brighten up containers across campus. (Photos by Olivia Drake)