Gardening Gloves & Clothing


Digz Gardener High Performance Women’s Gardening Gloves: Product Review


The Digz High Performance gloves are terrific for light- to medium-duty gardening tasks. They’re comfortable, flexible and breathable, with great dexterity, extra padding in all the right places, and a snug, adjustable wrist closure that keeps dirt out. If you’re not going to get the gloves dirty, they work well with a touchscreen phone and the terrycloth thumb backing is nice for wiping sweat off your face. The Digz gloves have quickly become my gloves Continue Reading


Leather Rose Gauntlet Gloves by Womanswork: Product Review


These elbow-length gardening gloves are designed specifically to fit the unique anatomy of a woman’s hand. They’re all-leather, washable (without getting stiff), comfortable and extremely well made. The snug fit gives the dexterity needed for pruning, deadheading and other garden tasks. Note that they fit a little on the small size so bump up a size if you’re on the verge between sizes. Made in the USA. Continue Reading


Foxgloves Original Gardening Gloves: Product Review


If you’re looking for an excellent pair of general purpose gardening gloves, you can’t go wrong with the Foxgloves Original gardening glove. The gloves are made with a snug yet supple form-fitting material that’s tough enough for most gardening tasks (but if you’re looking for heavy-duty work gloves, these aren’t them). Machine washable, available in 8 fun colors and built for both men and women. Continue Reading


Armachillo Long Sleeve Shirt from Duluth Trading: Product Review


What do you wear when you’re gardening? If you’re like me, it’s probably an old t-shirt, jeans or shorts, and whatever shoes you grab as you walk out the door. But one of the problems with that is that I always got hot and sweaty so I needed a shirt that would keep me dry, give a full range of movement, and be comfortable enough to wear every time I worked in the garden. So Continue Reading