Sunday, March 28, 2010


Its spring … well sometimes. And that means that hopefully flowers will be in bloom. One of the most iconic flowers of spring, the daffodil has a presence on the Alfred University Campus. These perennials are often seen in churches during the Pentecost season. Generally yellow or white in color they grace many a flowerbed mid-March through April.

These flowers are also the symbol of friendship, a perfect addition to the Alfred campus. Often you will see students carrying around glimpses of this spring flower up until hot dog day.

1 comment:

  1. Along with daffodils maybe you could include the flower that is native to the area or any plant life. What makes Alfred the place they grow. Is there any species that only grows in Western New York?