RHS Burgon and Ball flora & fauna gloves

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Buy RHS Burgon and Ball flora & fauna gloves: <ul><strong><li>Reinforced fingers</li><li>Hardwearing and comfy</li><li>One size fits (almost) all</li></strong></ul><br>Bring colour and fun into the toughest gardening jobs with these vibrant bird print gloves.<br><br>Soft and comfortable to wear, the gloves have a cushioned palm and gathered wrist for a secure fit, with tough reinforced fingers to protect against stones, prickles and splinters.<br><br>Available in one size to fit almost all ladies’ hands. Machine washable.<br><br>Part of the RHS Flora & Fauna collection, inspired by Chinese watercolours and hand-coloured 1800s engravings from the RHS Lindley Library of historic botanic art.

  • Reinforced fingers
  • Hardwearing and comfy
  • One size fits (almost) all

Bring colour and fun into the toughest gardening jobs with these vibrant bird print gloves.

Soft and comfortable to wear, the gloves have a cushioned palm and gathered wrist for a secure fit, with tough reinforced fingers to protect against stones, prickles and splinters.

Available in one size to fit almost all ladies’ hands. Machine washable.

Part of the RHS Flora & Fauna collection, inspired by Chinese watercolours and hand-coloured 1800s engravings from the RHS Lindley Library of historic botanic art.

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