Edible Ornamentals Chilli Farm Tour (Chawston) Reviews
Newest Review: ... I was advised what time to arrive and promptly mislaid the piece of paper. However the information sheet that had been sent to me said the farm was open for tours from 11.00am until 5.00pm so I assumed that we were due there at 11.00. On the appointed day we turned up nice and early at 10.30 to find out that we should have been there thirty minutes earlier. Fortunately the tour had not begun until 10.15 so we hadn't missed a great deal and, besides, we were told we could do the first fifteen minutes of the next tour if we wanted. EDIBLE ORNAMENTALS at CHAWSTON The taxi driver who brought us from St. Neots had never heard of the chilli ... more
Customer Edible Ornamentals Chilli Farm Tour (Chawston) Reviews (1)
by - written on 11/08/11 (Very useful, 115 readings)
* If you are interested in booking this tour please read to the bottom of the review* Himself is a man who much prefers to do than to have so a morning at a chilli farm sounded like an ideal birthday present. Here at Chateau Fidaz we've tried our hand at chilli growing but living in a ground floor flat we tend not to get the amount of direct sunlight necessary for such an undertaking and our plants have borne only meagre yields. Chillies are a staple ingredient in our household; Himself believes that there are no dishes that can't be enhanced with some fresh chilli or at least a splash of hot sauce. He's what is known in the world of chilli aficionados as a ... Read the complete review
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