• Tools and Gadgets
  • Furnish your outdoor room in style.
  • Bring a little whimsy to your home and garden.
  • Eat local. Grow your own food.
  • Add a little character to your garden.
  • Well-designed products last a lifetime. Just add water.
  • Gadgets and tools you can't find anywhere else.
  • Bring your garden inside.
  • Tools that work beautifully.
  • Let the garden sooth you.
  • Water is music in the garden. Let it play.
  • Bring new life to the garden.

Play in the Dirt

  • 10 Tips for Great Tomatoes heritage tomatoes

    It’s May and it will soon be time to plant out the tomatoes.

    Let’s assume you’ve either started tomatoes from seed or have picked up some organic heirloom tomato seedlings from Dig This. Here are our favourite tips on growing amazing tomatoes.

Create Beauty

  • Succulents Shine! succulent bowl

    According to Fine Gardening Magazine, “Succulents are the modern designer’s favorite freaks and geeks.” We tend to see them as amazing plants that lend interest to containers and inspire the artist in us. After all, at Dig This we believe we are artists and the garden is our canvas.

Shop the Stores

  • Enjoy the Great Outdoors in Style tuscany

    Longer evenings and warmer weather mean it’s time to move outdoors. If your garden furniture is looking past its best, maybe you should come to Dig This and check out our beautiful, comfortable, stylish all-weather wicker and brushed aluminium furniture.

Over the Fence

  • Why It Is Important To Thin Seedlings thinning seedlings

    I often find it hard to pull out seedlings that I’ve worked so hard to germinate, but if you want your plants to be happy and healthy, it’s something you just have to do. This informative little video from Renee’s Garden shows you how and tells you why it is so important.

The Good Stuff

  • Spring Makes Everything Sing! magnolia (300x168)

    This glorious magnolia blooming just in front of Dig This Oak Bay has been stopping people as they pass by. Earlier this month, everyone was oohing and awing at the cherry blossoms that line Victoria’s streets. It is hard not to pause to admire such beauty.

    Friday, March 20th is officially the first day of spring, but we’ve been enjoying spring like weather for several weeks now. The season is early this year and that’s good news for gardeners and garden lovers.

    We are already seeding and planting, and there’s even been afternoons warm enough to sit in the garden and marvel at this wonderful part of the world we live in.

    At Dig This, we’re hopping with workshops, seeds, seed potatoes, early vegetable starts and lots of new things to make your garden even more enjoyable.

    Here’s to a great 2015 gardening season!

    Elizabeth Cull, Franchise President

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