Perfect gardening aprons, The Gardener and The Florist have been specifically designed to suit the tasks required for gardening and floristry.

Available in a range of hardwearing fabrics with details for comfort and versatility, they make your days work easier, more comfortable and definitely more stylish.

The Florist Khaki Cotton Canvas Apron

The Florist Apron

Designed to make sure you stay protected and smart whether you are hand tying a bouquet, tending your cut flower patch or setting up for a society wedding. Our knee length apron designed in hardwearing fabric with comfortable wide cross over shoulder straps and a handy large pleated front pocket.

Designed and made in Yorkshire with our 10 Year Guarantee against wear and tear and free UK delivery.

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The Gardener khaki cotton canvas apron

The Gardener Apron

Practical, stylish and smart whether pottering on the allotment, tending your flower beds or even double digging. An adult unisex design in hardwearing denim and khaki cotton fabric with handy large pleated front pocket and comfortable shoulder straps.

Designed and made in Yorkshire with our 10 Year Guarantee against wear and tear and free UK delivery

What to Wear For Gardening

As gardening usually requires whole body movement, for digging, hoeing, and raking, general advice is to wear clothes that don’t bind such as loose-fitting pants or shorts with a roomy shirt, or the waistless comfort of a gardening apron.

Longer, more elegant garden aprons with large pockets easily provide comfort while doing daily garden maintenance, including dead-heading flowers, weeding, and bud picking.

Choosing  natural fabrics such as cotton and linen over synthetic alternatives allows the  clothes to “breathe” and wick moisture away from skin, providing the coolest option.

Denim and other durable cotton fabrics also keep external dampness and dirt away from the skin.

Finally, A long-sleeved over shirt makes a smart addition to the garden wardrobe even on the hottest days when you’re working among the brambles. The added arm coverage protects skin from thorns, poison ivy, sunburn, and—to a degree—bugs.