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Home is where the plants are.

We believe that plants make people happy and that where you live should be no limit to gardening. We also think that what you grow can make the world a better place.

Our vision is for a world full of potted plants with purpose.

Our Locations

We are your local gardening store – a team of passionate plant lovers dedicated to helping you curate your indoor jungle, grow a feast from your balcony or nurture nature with plants good for you and good for the planet.

Our plant stores are inspirational destinations for anyone who loves to grow… and for those who love them. We look forward to welcoming you.

Our Services

We call our home an Emporium – a celebration of all things botanical, of growing and digging, and we are here to help with all your plant needs.

  • Plant Spa
  • Potting Service
  • Gift Wrapping
  • City Garden Consultation
  • Plantscaping Service
  • Plant Nanny Service
  • Plant & Pot Hire
  • Delivery Service
  • Plant Pharmacy Service
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Shop Dig online.

You can shop Dig Emporium from the comfort of home. Our online store stocks all the goodies you need, and we can prepare your order for collection in store or deliver it directly to your home.

Shop our vast collection of plants and pots to create the combination that makes your heart sing! As well as pots and plants, there’s groovy gloves, watering cans, tools and a huge array of botanical inspired books, candles, puzzles, cushions and more!

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Dig News

Blog
April 30, 2024

How to care for your cactus plants

Cactus plants are amazing plants that can survive in harsh and dry conditions. They have adapted to store water in their stems, roots, or leaves, and to protect themselves from predators with spines, hairs, or waxy coatings. Check out our care tips!
Blog
April 16, 2024

How to care for your Aroid plants

How to care for your Ariod plants with some simple tips!
Blog
February 12, 2024

What is the ideal plant for harsh western sun

The harsh western sun in Melbourne can be a challenge for many plants, as it can scorch their leaves and dry out their soil. However, there are some plants that can cope well with these conditions and add beauty and colour to your garden.

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