Columbine or Rock Bell (Aquilegia canadensis)Columbine or Rock Bell (Aquilegia canadensis)
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Columbine or Rock Bell (Aquilegia canadensis) - 05

Columbine or Rock Bell (Aquilegia canadensis) - 05
(Columbine or Rock Bell (Aquilegia canadensis) - 05) In this ethereal image of the columbine, we are looking up into the bowl of the wildflower with its five chambers or tubes of the five spurs in which the nectar is formed.  The columbine flowers are a favorite of hummingbirds.
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