Friday Flower Porn: Blue B*lls.

Aching, congested and heavy, but not a bee of relief in sight.

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Fortunately, there were no blue laws prohibiting this porn shoot near the Princeton campus.

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So pretty! My columbines came back, and Mike found a bunch of wild ones that we're planting as well. And the hummingbirds love them! The ruby throated are here.

By Suesquatch (not verified) on 18 May 2007 #permalink

hopper, that's a lovely photo of Hyacinthoides non-scripta. We Yanks simply co-opted the term for the Virgina bluebell, Mertensia virginica.

Sue, if the ruby-throats are back and sucking on those columbines, then spring has certainly sprung in the North Country.

I was eyeing my geraniums thinking, "oh, you dirty little red buds."