A wonderful tradition at Princeton Day School is the bulb planting project in the Lower School each fall. Our PreK, K, and 1st grade students put on their gardening gloves, get out the trowels and, with the help of their parents and teachers, plant daffodils, tulips, and other bulbs in the ground for a wonderful show of flowers in the spring. The weather was sunny and warm this morning--the Indian summer continues—as our students planted bulbs all around the wildflower meadow beside the garden. It should be a spectacular spring! See some photos here.
A Sunny Day for the Lower School Bulb Planting