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Gauntlet Gloves with built in nail protection Get extended protection in the garden with these new gauntlet style gardening gloves. Dig It gloves are made specifically for women with manicures, but now an even more protective alternative is available that is perfect for landscaping, pruning or tending prickly plants like roses. These gardening gloves have comfortable nail protection embedded into the tip of each finger, a unique feature that still gives you all the dexterity and flexibility you need for your gardening chores. Customers asked and Dig It responded with extra arm protection. Simply amazing!! We love that this is a Canadian company and the products are manufactured from recycled materi- als, as seen on the Dragon's Den. Gloves are available at digithandwear.com or visit the website to find a store near you. Dig It "High Five" Gauntlet glove $21.99


Easy-To-Set Water Timer Set it and forget it. Quality you expect from Lee Valley these timers control how much and how often you water. Choose either the dual dial-operated timer or the digital timer. To water between cycles just use the manual override. This battery-operated device will indicate when the 9-volt battery is running low and even stores its settings while you change the battery. Although these are made with weather and UV resist- ant ABS housing, it is recommended you bring timers indoors if temperatures reach freezing and that you change the battery yearly. Available at leevalley.com. Dial Timer $39.50 Digital Timer $42.50


Hardy Lady's Slippers Orchids We love these garden jewels. Cultivated perennial plants are ethically sourced and adapt easily to well-drained gardens in part sun. Bloom time is from June through July. Choose from some hard to find selections such as the pure white Regina White or the burgundy and yellow Kentucky. Quantities are limited, but the plants can be reserved! Hardy to zone 3. Order yours at herbs.mb.ca. $55.00


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