Marked by plants hanging from the ceiling and a botanical scent, this lush storefront tops its metal-framed shelves with ornate imported urns ($35–$73) and ever-growing ferns in terra-cotta pots ($12–$25). Opened in 2006 by husband and wife Chuck Dorr and Maggie Morris, Dig carries nature-inspired household items such as Cap Ferrat mother-of-pearl candleholders ($12) and Mary Lake-Thompson glycerin soaps ($5–$10). Most of the shop’s merchandise has a sophisticated appeal, but dog-shaped topiaries ($150–$350) and insect-eating Venus flytraps ($16) are fun, quirky buys.
479 Atlantic Ave
|Cross street:||between Nevins St and Third Ave|
|Opening hours:||Tue–Sun noon–7pm|
|Transport:||Subway: A, C, G to Hoyt–Schermerhorn|