David Domoney Recommends
It's almost summer and the garden is starting to grow. There's plenty to do and you need a pair of gloves that will see you right for lots of different jobs. I recommend the SHOWA 370 Floreo for their great all-round performance!
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Get Winter Ready With Gloves That Keep You Covered By David Domoney | Est. reading time: 3 minutes
Now that autumn is here, there’s plenty to do in the garden. Getting outdoor spaces ready for a cold snap can be quite demanding work, with lots to move around and maintain. So, get winter ready with gloves that keep you covered, and your garden will be thriving while the temperatures are diving.
| 3 weeks ago
September Gardening and Eco-friendly Gloves By David Domoney | Est. reading time: 3.5 minutes
At this time of year, when there’s a load of work to be done to prepare your garden for autumn, bolster your toolkit with gardening gloves that not only offer hand protection but that biodegrade after use too.
| 2 months ago
August: A Glovely Summer Holiday By David Domoney | Est. reading time: 4 minutes
Getting out in the garden can set you up for a spectacular summer holiday with the kids. It’s a chance to enjoy the sunshine, boost vitamin D levels and is also a great opportunity to teach them all about the goodness of gardening. So, put on your gardening gloves, grab the kids and let’s jump into summer fun in sun.
| 3 months ago
Cool, Calm and Collected By David Domoney | Est. reading time: 4 minutes
This summer stay on top of your gardening jobs with gloves to keep you cool, calm and collected. In warm seasons, our gloves get a lot of use, so you need a pair that won’t let you down and are suited for a variety of jobs. Let’s take a look at the best gloves on the market and find a pair to wear while the weather’s fair.
| 3 months ago
Become a Thorn Master By David Domoney | Est. reading time: 4 minutes
This summer enjoy a proud parade of plants and posies without hesitation or harm to your hands. Good gardening gloves are essential to keep hands looking young and they need to be robust enough to stand up to prickly situations out in the garden. So, let’s look at how to keep up garden care with the right pair.
| 4 months ago
A Grass May-keover By David Domoney | Est. reading time: 4.5 minutes
Having the right gloves for the job is really handy – especially as we approach growing season. Our gardens are currently bursting with life, with lawns growing up to 4mm in a single day. With so much going on, let’s look at how to keep a handle on long-living, lush and deluxe lawns to host all manner of garden goings-on.
| 5 months ago
April Showers and Prepping for Rainfall By David Domoney | Est. reading time: 4 minutes
Gardening when it’s wet and rainy doesn’t have to be a sad, soggy experience. Preparing for the spring and summer months can be a breeze with the right gardening gloves on your hands. Far from being an ‘April fools’ prank, it’s true that the term ‘April showers’ stems from meteorological predictions that this is most likely the wettest month of the year. Although not 100% guaranteed, it would be a wise decision for any gardener to prepare for the possibility of heavy rainfall. So, grab your waterproofs and get weather ready.
| 6 months ago
Handy Pruning Plans By David Domoney | Est. reading time: 4 minutes
With your gardening gloves in tow, prune your plants into productivity with these top tips and you will soon see your garden spring to life. Pruning enables plants to focus their energies to the desired areas for growth, without wasting time developing structure that does not serve the purpose of the plant.
| 8 months ago
Gloves to keep you cropping By David Domoney | Est. reading time: 5 minutes
Gardening gloves are important in all weathers and for all gardening tasks, but do you really know which gloves are best? Here I can explain how to get prepared, so you can keep cropping. It’s the start of a new year and you want to get your garden ready for the new season, when the veg plot is put into action to grow family favourites like beans, brassicas, onions and carrots and, of course, potatoes.
| 9 months ago