Comfortable and protected hands for every task in your garden
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Practical gloves for all-round gardening

A woman wearing Gardena gloves to saw a branch

Comfortable and protected for every task

All-round gloves to keep your hands protected in every garden task. All GARDENA Gloves are made of high-quality non-toxic materials, and the design is perfectly adapted for every task.

A woman planting flowers into a pot while wearing Gardena Gloves

Breathable and comfortable

Its flexible and breathable material allows the pores to breathe better reducing excessive sweating making work both more comfortable and safer thanks to the enhanced grip.

A woman cutting a rose bush, wearing Gardena Rose Gloves

High safety

Carefully-selected protective and robust materials on the palms and backs of the fingers protect against injuries when working with shrubs and thorny plants.

Range of Gardena Gloves

Practical gloves for all-round gardening

The optimal fit, firm grip and breathable, non-toxic materials make the GARDENA Garden Gloves extremely comfortable and secure.


Garden inspiration

family in garden

Gardening with kids

There are so many wonderful benefits to getting outside and gardening with the kids, from the simple fresh air and exercise to the different mental challenges for our brains. Not to mention the sense of achievement when the work is done.
Woman in hammock

Surviving the heat

Unlike us, plants in our gardens don’t have the luxury of seeking shelter and can only do their best with where they are. Any assistance the garden can get from us at this time of year will make the difference between life and death.
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Unusual Herbs

If you need to elevate a dish beyond the ordinary then herbs and spices are the best way to do so. Instead of the usual parsley, sage, rosemary and thyme, why not try growing chervil, lovage, saffron, salad burnet, savory and sorrel.