A retail and mail-order plant nursery specializing in unusual and hard-to-find perennials, ornamental grasses, shrubs, trees, and vines.
Go-Green Holiday Sale 2021!
through December 19, 2021!Enjoy a special savings when you order a minimum of $100…MORE
Digging Dog goes on Holiday!
November 25 thru November 27, 2021 and
December 25 thru January 1, 2022
We will be closed to give our plant and paper wranglers some time to rest and enjoy a bit of holiday cheer…MORE
2021 Digging Dog T-Shirts have arrived!
"The Promise of a Garden"
in Heather Cardinal, Heather Deep Teal , Heather Black & Charcoal
Sizes: M thru XL!
We are shipping throughout the fall, weather permitting!We carefully monitor for inclement weather…MORE
Open for curb-side pick up!
Wednesday thru Monday
There are a few things we wanted you to know to help us help you receive your plants in a timely fashion
Please take a look at the following info:
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Endemic to both Asia and North America, this vast group of graceful cold-hardy shrubs includes more than 150 species and numerous cultivars that are moderate to fast-growing. Our reliable Viburnum offerings sprout dashing deciduous or evergreen foliage with an array of leaf shapes and textures. Their gorgeous flowers unfurl in either a lace-cap style or dome shape, with species such as V. carlesii and V. x burkwoodii wafting a delectable scent. Many don lustrous bird-friendly fruit, ranging from red to dark purple to black, while others blaze with autumn color. Preferring sun or part shade, these undemanding shrubs can be ensconced in large containers and shrubby borders, or featured as a stellar specimen, clipped into an informal dense hedge or planted in a drift.
As November draws to a close, a quieter mood prevails in our gardens. Many perennials are either dormant or getting ready for their winter’s rest. Though, some of the more stalwart ones, especially those that are located in protected spots still present a foliar aspect plus a handful of blooms. The blades and dried buff or silver-laced inflorescences of quite a few ornamental grasses thankfully remain standing, providing movement and delightful rustling sounds. Many deciduous and evergreen shrubs and trees continue to hold our interest either with fall color, artful bark and branching patterns or year-round foliage. The plants that we chose for this newsletter captured my attention, as I was strolling with my trusty canine cohort, Boobah this past week.
All of us plant wranglers at Digging Dog hope you have a wonderful holiday with family and friends, and perhaps find some time to enjoy your garden.