America’s Authority on Onion Plants

Did you know 

We offer onion plant marketing kits!
Materials to help you sell more onion plants!

now selling is easier than ever with our brand new crate signage, brochures and more!

We’re offering all new marketing materials to all of our customers to make selling a breeze. Here are just some of our great new literature and promotional items:

New Onion Planting Guide

Crate signage to showcase the onion varieties

Why Onion Plants? Brochures

We have created this site for our wholesale customers to place their onion plant orders in a time-saving manner. Our goal is for you to receive the freshest onion plants available and help provide your customers with the onion growing knowledge they need to continue purchasing from you year after year.

Your friends at Dixondale Farms,


With the proper location, soil, watering and protection – our onions are guaranteed to thrive. Questions or concerns about our plants and service? Visit our FAQ page, or Email us.


Dixondale Farms began humbly as a small family farm in South Texas in 1913. Over the past 100 years, Dixondale Farms has grown to become the largest grower of onion plants in the United States.

Now in its fourth generation of family ownership, Dixondale Farms is known for its quality onion plants, and its industry-leading expertise in all aspects of onion growing.

Selecting Onion Plant Varieties

The size of the onion bulb is dependent upon the number and size of the green leaves or tops at the time of bulbing. For each leaf, there will be a ring of onion. The larger the leaf, the larger the ring will be when the carbohydrates from the leaves are transferred to the rings of the bulb. The triggering of this transfer or bulbing is dependent upon daylength and temperature and not the size or age of the plants. When selecting your onion varieties, remember that the further north you are, the more hours of daylight you have during the summer.

Our Onion Varieties

1015Y Texas Super Sweet


Walla Walla

Yellow Spanish