GOLD LEAF WINTER TOUCH GLOVES
Endorsed by the Royal Horticultural Society, these Gold Leaf Winter Touch gloves have breathable, thinsulate thermal lining and are Ski-Dri waterproof. They are available in ladies’ and gents’ sizes.
These really are an excellent pair of gardening gloves. They are easy to put on, very comfortable and will keep your hands wonderfully warm. Waterproof too, these are perfect for a range of general gardening tasks over the winter months and beyond.
TEL: 0333 400 1500
PRODUCT CODE: GDN-278 and GDN-279
PASSIFLORA KNEELO® KNEELER
Encased in waterproof, durable neoprene with a quick dry, wipe clean, nylon coating, inside this kneeler is a deep layer of shock absorbing EVA foam and a cushioning layer of memory foam. The Passiflora artwork is from the RHS Lindley Library
When gardening, kneeling for sowing, planting and weeding is often a necessary evil and can be tough on the knees. This kneeler, however, makes an excellent gift. Not only does it have a beautiful design but it really does cushion the knees, making for a much more comfortable experience.
BURGON & BALL
TEL: 0114 233 826201
PRODUCT CODE: N/A
TROWEL & FORK GIFT SET
Approved by the Royal Horticultural Society, these tools are made from carbon steel with FSC hardwood painted handles (with a choice of red or blue). The trowel head is engraved with the quote, “You cannot plough a field by turning it over in your mind.”
Presented in a beautifully illustrated gift box for easy wrapping, this gift set would be no doubt appreciated by any gardener. The handles come with a choice of two tasteful colours and we liked the inscription on the trowel, a reminder to us all not to procrastinate!
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