• 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

  • Top Picks for Gardeners Hawsslimcan-8litre.084700

    Gardeners are the easiest people to buy for! They can always use the latest tool, some new gloves and some interesting seeds.

    Here are some of our favourite gifts for those who like to get their hands dirty in the garden.

Create Beauty

  • Go Green: Go Solar! Solar Tea Lanterns

    At Dig This, we’re crazy for everything solar.

    It’s not just that solar lights are environmentally friendly. We love the magic they create in the garden after dark.

    We have lots of amazing solar lights to choose from.

Shop the Stores

  • Think Local First Mushroom Cement Lg Domed 120586

    You probably know that thinking local supports our local environment and builds resilient communities. That’s why we seek out local artisans and bring their products to our stores whenever we can.

Over the Fence

  • Mo’s Famous Ginger Shortbread shortbread

    If you went to the Open House at Dig This Broadmead you probably sampled some of Maureen’s wonderful ginger shortbread.

    Here’s the recipe.

The Good Stuff

  • Take a Little Time for Yourself: Let the Garden Help You! winter-pots-refined

    This is such a busy time of year: between decorating the house, baking, buying and wrapping gifts and visiting with friends and family, it seems there’s no time left for you!

    Why not let the garden help you to relax? “A garden is a place where we can slow down and reconnect with the natural world the way our ancestors did all day, every day,” says Kristen K. Brown, author of The Happy Hour Effect: 12 Secrets to Minimize Stress and Maximize Life. Research has shown that spending time in nature can help restore your attention, relax your body, and revive your mood.

    You can, of course, use gardens and gardening as a way to relax any time of year. I’m fond of heading into my garden and undertaking some complex task when I need to stop my brain from worrying about things over which I have little control. I’m equally fond of doing mindless weeding when I need to clear my brain and concentrate on a problem.

    Even in December, gardens can take the stress away. Go for a walk and admire the late fall beauty in one of our public gardens, or wander about in your own garden (or patio or balcony) and think about your successes this year and what you want to do next season. Grab a seed catalogue or gardening magazine and spend a quiet half hour with a cup of tea. Take a little bit of time for yourself in a garden, and I promise you, you’ll be refreshed and ready to handle whatever the season brings!
    Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, and the best of the season to all our friends and customers.

    Elizabeth Cull, Franchise President

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