by Daniel Tjondro '20
Last week, I got the chance to visit the West Windsor Fields and see the beautiful wildflowers, a “hidden” secret of Princeton University. Started a few years ago, this project has involved beautifying the West Windsor Field perimeter with a variety of wildflowers. Varieties include black-eyed susans, purple coneflowers, bee balm and many more. There is a database that documents the 28 different flowers that are in the field.