Sunday, July 14
We walk into the fields to find out about the big blue flowers that we can see. I learn very little about them, except that people call them honey flowers.
I walk past them to the potato field where I can also see flowers on the tops of the potato plants. That, I think, must count as slightly unusual. The potato field contains both purple/pink and white flowers which, I assume, must come from different varieties of potatoes.
I ask Camilla later.
The flowers that I photographed form the tops of Rosamunda potatoes. This makes some sort of sense since Rosamunda potatoes themselves have a reddish colour.