Digging Dog Nursery  




Digging Dog Nursery

p.o. box 471
Albion, CA 95410
phone:
(707) 937-1130
fax:
(707) 937-2480

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We’ll be happy to notify you when Agastache ‘Pink Panther’ becomes available.

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Latest News

Saturday Stroll & Plant Chat

Sip lemonade & take home great gardening tips!
August 23
2-4:30 FREE!

Fall Dog-Gone Online Plant Sale

Enjoy a special savings and get a jumpstart on your fall planting! Our online sale lasts for 2 weeks only, beginning August 26 and ending on September 2. 15% discount for online plant purchases of $100.00 or more that are shipped during the period between August 26 and September 2. All ordered items must be in-stock. If you're not quite ready to plant or wish to wait to a later date, you can order a Gift Certificate that's worth $100.00 for only $85.00!

Saturday Stroll & Plant Chat

Sip lemonade & take home great gardening tips!
September 6
2-4:30 FREE!

Current Staff’s Favorite Plant

staff favorite plant

Digging Dog's plant of the week...Hydrangea paniculata 'Unique' (S-0348)!- Everyone here at DD loves this hydrangea for its glamorous, late season beauty queen appeal. Left to its own designs, this vigorous Hydrangea has a natural upright and arching form, but it also responds well to pruning, making ‘Unique’ an effective choice where space is scarce.

The immense flower heads are spectacular and abundant, and true to name are unique in shape, being quite broad at the base and bluntly rounded at the tip. They begin the season a creamy white and gradually darken to a buff pink.

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