PORTSMOUTH, N.H. — Kimberly Bois didn’t think the flowers she planted around her New Hampshire condo would raise such a fuss.

Her Portsmouth condo association has asked a judge to order her to remove her daisies, irises, hydrangeas and other blooms and pay accrued fines.

Bois tells the Portsmouth Herald many of the perennials are heirloom plants from her late mother and were planted with written permission from the developer before there was a condo association.

The Atlantic Pointe Condominium Association wants Bois to restore her front yard to the way it was. The association’s lawyer said the grounds surrounding all of the condos are common area and controlled by the governing board. He says Bois was told the developer’s permission was temporary and could be changed by a future governing board.