On Oct 11, 2012, dixiedumplin Riceville, TN wrote:
Posted on October 8, 2012, updated October 11, 2012
Posted on September 6, 2012, updated October 8, 2012
Posted on August 31, 2012, updated September 6, 2012
I'm posting this for a friend who isn't a member of Dave's. You know if you have to choose between paying to be a member or buying more daylilies you're going to choose the daylilies. She was very pleased with her purchases and they were shipped extremely fast. It seems Bobby is back on track and repairing his previous reputation. Way to go Bobby!
On September 6th, 2012, dixiedumplin added the following:
I received my most coveted daylily, Good Girls Do, today and was extremely pleased with how healthy it was and the amount of fans I received. Shipping was lightning speed and Bobby gave me a little extra time to pay ......which most daylily sellers will not do. Can't wait until next spring to see it bloom. If my ship comes in I plan to order more of his intros.On October 8th, 2012, dixiedumplin changed the rating from positive to neutral and added the following:
Having a difficult time getting a gift certificate and/or communication from him. He finally emailed me that he'd lost his gift certificate book but would make me one and e-mail it to me. That was 3 days ago. Not sure I want to give someone a gift certificate as a gift if the seller isn't very dependable.On October 11th, 2012, dixiedumplin changed the rating from neutral to positive and added the following:
Bobby emailed me the gift certificate today and made it for more than I had asked.....he truly tried to make it right. I very much appreciate that.On Oct 11, 2012, Daylilies of North Carolina responded with:
"On Oct 11, 2012 5:07 PM, Daylilies of North Carolina responded with:
I am sorry for that delay. I am always happy to take credit when things go right and take responsibility when they don't go 110%. Gifts are special and we love garden enthusiasts growing our daylilies so allowing me to increase the value of your intended gift is great for everyone. ~Bobby at Daylilies of North Carolina"