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|On May 11, 2012, toomanyhansens Denver, CO wrote:
Posted on April 21, 2012, updated May 11, 2012
On May 11th, 2012, toomanyhansens changed the rating from negative to neutral and added the following:
I finally got my onions on April 24 and that's pretty late for Colorado planting. Just wanted to let everyone know that I heard from Bruce "The Onionman" directly and he seems convinced that he needs to make some changes to improve order handling. So, I'll probably order from them next year to learn whether they really took action to avoid problems with late orders and lack of communication. I'm encouraged, but I need to see results. Thus, I'm changing my rating to neutral and hoping that next year they get a positive rating.
|On Apr 22, 2012, Old_Gardener Calabasas, CA wrote:
Posted on April 19, 2012, updated April 22, 2012
On April 19th, 2012, Old_Gardener added the following:
I received an email from Dixondale this morning stating that the onions are shipping today (the 19th), I am not sure why they sent me a previous email with a ship date of the11th. I'll update my rating after I receive my order.
On April 22nd, 2012, Old_Gardener changed the rating from negative to neutral and added the following:
I received my trial order on Saturday the 21st. Of the intermediate mix, the white candy onions are scallion sized, the red variety is equivalent to a thick pencil lead, and the yellow are somewhere in between. Because the onions are fresher and overall larger than I usually receive from another vendor, I am upgrading my initial rating to a neutral. I do believe that Dixondale cares about their reputation but I cannot make it a *positive* due to their problems with communication prior to posting here.
|On Jan 2, 2008, elkwc36 Elkhart, KS wrote:
I will just say there are other options out there.
|On Jan 17, 2006, Gabrielle (Zone 5a) wrote:
Great onions - I ordered a lot to get the best price. Unfortunately, my yard isn't that big, so I ran low on room for other things. As someone else said, they are pricey and I can get them much cheaper by waiting and getting them locally. If you are in a hurry to plant and donít mind paying more for that privilege, they are an excellent company.
|On Jan 13, 2003, kctomato wrote: