Sentei Secateurs from Niwaki
Niwaki, the Japanese tool company, make beautiful products but we particularly love these secateurs. With a very digestible price point, they are guaranteed to be cherished, without breaking the bank.
Enamel Mug from Toast
There’s nothing quite like drinking tea outside from an enamel mug. The colour way on this beautiful one from Toast will make it the perfect addition to any garden shed, greenhouse or balcony.
A Dig Gift Card
We wouldn’t be a very sensible small business if we didn’t include our own Christmas offerings and so, if you really are stumped this year, one of our Gift Cards will allow you to give the gift of gardening with ease. To find out more about them, visit this page on our website here.
Head Gardener Pin Badge from Prestige Giftware
To show the head gardener in your life how much you respect their authority and knowledge (self-appointed or otherwise).
Flask from Thermos
Perfectly sized for the solitary gardener, this portable beautiful flask comes in a range of colours and helps your favourite gardener take a quiet tea break at the end of the garden without having to let on that they aren’t, in fact, getting on with the gardening.
RHS Membership 2024
They know what they’re doing at the Royal Horticultural Society and, with a year’s membership you can give someone free access to all of their gardens and partner gardens, early access to shows and members pricing as well as a year’s subscription to The Garden magazine. It’s well worth it.
Carharrt Gardener’s Toolbelt from Tinker and Fix
We were lucky to be stood next to the lovely folk at Tinker and Fix at a trade fair in 2022 and their display of beautiful work wear and tools went hand in hand with our plant displays and bulb kits. This work belt is a favourite of ours and a must have for any gardener prone to putting secateurs down and losing them to the sands of time.
Dry Touch Gloves from Gold Leaf Gloves
Dry, warm, sturdy and recommended by countless horticultural organisations (including ourselves), Gold Leaf are the place to go for gardening gloves.
Gardeners Soap from Molly Mahon
If you do manage to get your hands dirty though, then Gardeners Soap is vital. The beautiful designs at Molly Mahon really caught our eye, alongside their eye-catching fabrics, cushions, table cloths and all manner of other beautifully-crafted products.
Hallway Runner from Weaver Green
Bring the green inside with this tasteful hallway runner from Weaver Green. We love the subtle colour but bold pattern and how, positioned by a back door, it helps the garden flow beautifully into the home.
Rattan Planter from Cox & Cox
Stylish, natural, and also at an extremely helpful height for planting, we love this rattan planter from Cox & Cox.
Instant Flower Bed from Dig
What good is a stylish rattan planter if you don’t have any plants to go in it. Our Instant Beds will make a perfect addition with a choice of six themes – The Cottage, The Jungle, The Classic, The Med, The Adventure and The Nordic.
Love Peat, Don’t Dig It T-Shirt from For Peat’s Sake
The lovely folk at For Peat’s Sake spend most of their time developing wonderfully eco-friendly coir based compost to help tackle the overuse of peat-based compost in gardening. If you care about this vitally important issue too, and, crucially, want to spread the word, what better way to show your eco-credentials with this nice bit of merch.
A trusty pair of Blundstones
Blundstones are everywhere at the moment, and with good reason. They slip on, they slip off, they are easily the most comfortable boots you will ever own, they’re hard-wearing and they look great to boot (sorry). Beloved by us at Dig and a must have for any stylish yet practical gardener.
Houseplant Planters from Tooka
When the weather gets far too cold to even consider going outside, these planters are a perfect gift for a gardener confined to the home. TThere are so many to choose from but we’re naturally biased towards the green ones which work stunningly with almost any houseplant or temporary houseplants overwintering indoors.
Galvanized steel watering can from Haws
A watering can is for life, not just for Christmas – especially when you get one from Haws. With their helpfully long spout and comfortable handles, they make doing the watering a joy and, as we remain conscious of water usage, are a perfect present for the sustainably minded gardener too.