{Giveaway} Foxgloves garden gloves

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FOF Harriet Zbikowski is giving away 4 pairs of bestselling “Elle Grip” garden gloves from her company, Foxgloves. Choose from 7 spring colors: Crow black, fuchsia, iris, periwinkle, sahara, spring green or tulip. Enter to win by answering in the comments below: Which color gloves would you choose?

Most  FOFs have worn many hats in their lives. FOF Harriet Zbikowski, a gardener and professional landscape architect in Hudson Valley, NY, has worn many garden gloves. Yet, in her 20 years in business, she couldn’t find a pair that were just right–the ones sturdy enough for gardening were bulky and unstylish. Harriet preferred the slim, chic fit of vintage fashion gloves, but they weren’t water resistant nor durable. So, fifteen years ago, she set out to create her own line of gloves that would be both elegant and practical.

“I started at the Dupont Fabric Library in New York City,” says Harriet. “There, I got fabric samples and did stress tests, selecting a particular blend that performed the best.” This special blend includes Invista SUPPLEX® nylon for durability and Invista LYCRA® spandex for four-way stretch. The design was based off of a fashion glove from the 50s that Harriet found at a thrift store. “I found the last glove maker left in New York City to make my gloves,” she says. Harriet went into production in 1999. Thirteen years later, 1200 stores nationwide carry Harriet’s gloves which go by the name “Foxgloves,” (also a common flower species). They’ve been featured in dozens of garden and shelter publications including House & Garden, Real Simple and Town and Country.

People also use Harriet’s bestselling “Elle Grip” for driving, bird watching, dog walking, or for a better grip if they have arthritis or other joint problems. Others simply wear them as a fashion accessory. “A few years ago, these shop owners came up to me and said ‘We have to tell you, we’re from Tennessee and girls have been coming in and buying your gloves to go with their prom gowns!’  Another time, a woman came up to me and said, ‘I needed gloves for Easter Sunday, so I wore your gardening gloves to church and they went so perfectly with my Vivienne Westwood!”

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Enter to win bestselling “Elle Grip” garden gloves from Foxgloves. Choose from 7 spring colors: Crow black, fuchsia, iris, periwinkle, sahara, spring green or tulip. Enter to win by answering in the comments below: Which color would you choose?

Four FOFs will win. See all our past winners, here.) (See official rules, here.) Contest closes April 11, 2012 at midnight E.S.T.

Thank you for entering. This contest is now closed.

214 Responses to “{Giveaway} Foxgloves garden gloves”

  1. Jill says:

    Iris, love that color & love iris’s

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  2. Sandy says:

    Iris is my favorite color and my favorite flower, but honestly, how could you go wrong with any of these lovely gloves? They look durable and high enough to keep dirt from sneaking in at the wrist. What a novel idea.

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  3. Sandy says:

    Iris would be my choice. After all, they are my favorite flower and purple is my favorite color. How could I go wrong with any color? They are lovely and look durable. They are also long enough, dirt won’t sneak in at the wrist. Great idea

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  4. Sharon says:

    Iris

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  5. kay wolter says:

    wonderful Tulip

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  6. ragamuffins says:

    They are all beautiful, I am drawn to the Iris color….

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  7. Dale Broszeit says:

    I love your perriwinkle! BUT, I NEED a pair in WHITE! Yes! White for wear as a tour guide at the Historic Daly Mansion in Hamilton MT- Fox gloves fit! “Ladies gloves” do not!

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  8. Glenda Steffee says:

    Iris – mine are beginning to bloom. I brought them from my mother’s garden.

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  9. mb2432002 says:

    Iris Please,love that color

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  10. Joetta says:

    Sahara.

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  11. Zenaida says:

    Fuschia

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  12. Sal563 says:

    TULIP……would be my choice…I love red and with these gloves in tulip I would be inspired to do something I don’t normally do 😀

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  13. The Nan says:

    I would love an Iris pair of Elle Grip gloves; they would make me feel so pretty while working in my garden 🙂

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  14. jankeyser says:

    Spring Green Color Gloves! They give so much life to the ground!

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  15. Annette Grafmyer says:

    Spring Green!
    I love the name and the color is perfect for my spring time garden!!! My tomatoes and bellpeppers would love the gentle touch 🙂 Especially cause I am so paranoid of bugs! I know a gardener who doesn’t like bugs. ME! Would love them

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  16. mosiepup says:

    All the colors are great, but Iris is my favorite!

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  17. arlenes says:

    Since my over-sized wide gardening gloves just lost the tip of a finger, the timing couldn’t be better. I have large, slim hands and it’s difficult to fit length and width. Harriet
    seems to have found the best of both worlds for me! Thanks.
    My first choice is periwinkle which has always been a favorite color of mine. However, the red and iris would match the tulips and iris in the garden.
    What a terrific idea…

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  18. KAREN COGBURN says:

    I adore the periwinkle.

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  19. Peggy says:

    I like the FUSCHIA! Bright summer color, although the SPRING GREEN is also pretty!

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  20. deborahf2 says:

    Iris, of course…hope a butterfly mistakes my hands for a flower…

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  21. WLONGMAN says:

    The Spring Green gloves are the perfect color to camouflage my hands as I hunt the nasty thistles and blackberries that invade my garden every year. Those nasty weeds won’t know what him em!

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  22. Roberta Renkiewicz says:

    What a fantastic idea for a practical yet stylish product! I’d love to win a pair of them in Iris.

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  23. bedford1tom1 says:

    IRIS (naturally)

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  24. rosey says:

    I would choose periwinkle-its just fun to say it-periwinkle, periwinkle,periwinkle!

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  25. dee9ball says:

    I would love to get the red gloves because everything is hot in red! I love if.

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  26. orchidlady01 says:

    I’d pick the Iris color – love that purple!

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  27. Bobbie says:

    Love the periwinkle. Thank you for the chance to win a pair.

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  28. thereislightonthehorizon says:

    These are all so gorgeous 🙂 Do you know what would make the decision harder? Selling Foxgloves in a 2 pack with complementing colors 🙂 Iris and fuchsia get my vote!

    *get after your web designer for misspelling “fuchsia” **unless you are starting a trend of your own color names 😉
    regards,
    retired teacher

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  29. suezqh2 says:

    I would chooose the Periwinkle. I love that they are longer. I always have scratches going up my ar. I think I will just order mtself a pair but not the periwinkle-just incase!

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  30. Arlene says:

    I love the periwinkle. So pretty!

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  31. Gus says:

    Black – that is the color of most of me when I am gardening – my knees, my elbows, my hands which I use to wipe sweat off my brow and that creates, of course, a black-dirt face! It may seem too matchy-matchy to have black gloves to match my dirty knees, but I’m a simple girl…:-) What could be more elegant in the dirt!

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  32. Lynn says:

    Tulip! A great spring color and you won’t lose them in the weeds later in the summer

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  33. sheryl.eastridge says:

    I love the iris and it’s our state flower. These are just beautiful.

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  34. flowerdiva says:

    I would choose the Spring Green. These look amazing.
    I am an avid gardener and worked many years in a nursery. I have tried many gloves- not only are these fun to wear but they look like they fit so well. Always had an issue with the fit. When I need to really get down and dirty with the dirt…. I get down and get dirty as I always have to take the gloves off. Would love these!!! Great idea!!

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  35. fhoagland says:

    I’d love to try these. I garden often and the tips of the gloves tend to fray and then I get dirt under my fingernails that are hard to remove. These are very fashionable too….

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  36. raceracegirl says:

    I like the Crow black.
    Thanks for the chance!

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  37. Diane says:

    I have never seen flesh colored garden gloves……I have Fox Gloves in purple……..so I would choose the Sahara color. No one need know I am wearing gloves when I am trimming or separating or picking my flowers. I do enjoy my small garden.

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  38. Connied54 says:

    I really like the Iris gloves(I’m partial to purple), and next I would choose Tulip or Fuschia.

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  39. gshep says:

    I so need these! I have been tearing up my nails working in the garden and re-potting plants.

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  40. Jacqualin says:

    Definitely tulip. Red is my power color!

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  41. grammydiva12 says:

    I think periwinkle is so pretty!

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  42. valorosa says:

    I would like to win the Spring Green gloves. I think they would look great.

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  43. KAREN COGBURN says:

    Periwinkle is the color for me.

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  44. Adina Weinstein says:

    periwinkle – it goes with the sky

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  45. msortet says:

    I’m a huge fan of iris anything but I would choose the periwinkle as I have never seen gloves in this color before. What a fun color!

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  46. glorious says:

    I love the Spring Green!!! the color sure would stand out when I put them in my safe place and than forget where that was hehe!

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  47. Laura Kelly says:

    Although I like the spring green and periwinkle, I would like the extra long Foxgloves in black so I can wear them through the winter (black matches my coat).

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  48. krispy9 says:

    These are all great colors but the Tulip is my favorite. The gloves looks great.

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  49. Tracey says:

    Iris!

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  50. KAREN COGBURN says:

    Love the periwinkle for spring gardening.

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  51. nancdep5 says:

    I love the Spring Green. I’d never lose them as they would stand out in my gardening supplies.

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  52. Janice says:

    Crow black or Sahara…. still deciding 🙂

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  53. LisaJo says:

    Great time of year for a promotion like this. Nice work Harriet, thank you. I love the periwinkle.

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  54. jeanne nelson says:

    I would chose the Tulip because my favorite color is red. Easy to find if I put them down in the grass as I tend to do. Very nice!

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  55. yyoerger says:

    Totally Iris.

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  56. KAREN COGBURN says:

    The periwinkle is perfect for spring gardening.

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  57. Nancy Busick says:

    Iris for me please!

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  58. Carolyn Humphrey says:

    Great timing! Seeing the tiny new green leaves on the willow tree in my yard, seemingly appearing overnight, signifies to me the advent of Spring time and new beginnings and got me thinking about getting outdoors and getting my garden into shape. Love all of the colors!

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  59. Rita says:

    omg I love these gloves! FINALLY a pair of beautiful gloves to wear for the hours and hours spent working in the flowers! No more brown and black! I LOVE the iris color, purple is always my favorite!:)

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  60. KAREN COGBURN says:

    Perfect giveaway. Love the periwinkle.

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  61. Susan Sutton says:

    Oh, goodness, these gardening gloves are just too, too classy! What a marvelous idea and style you’ve come up with, Harriet! Congratulations and thank you! I’ve been a lover of Periwinkle my whole long life and I’d be delighted to have a pair of your Foxgloves in that color. Pick me! Pick me! Thank you for the opportunity! :))

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  62. mimi1411 says:

    I would choose the fuchsia or tulip because those colors are easy to find in the yard if I lose them.

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  63. Kathryn Kraepel says:

    Iris is my favorite but I think fuchsia will be my choice. All the colors are great!

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  64. Nicole says:

    I Love the Sahara color, and that would be my pick! I have tulip and spring green, and love them both! Foxgloves are the best!

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  65. LindyBelle says:

    I love these gloves! Periwinkle for me, please.

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  66. g says:

    Spring Green — I love the bright chartreuse that I remember fondly from many seasons ago! Adds all the more fun to gardening.

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  67. cynderma@aol.com says:

    I would love to win a pair of gloves in fuchsia.

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  68. hofken says:

    I would choose Spring Green

    Cynthia.Richardson@azbar.org

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  69. Diann says:

    Red, must have red gloves. 🙂

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  70. Beth says:

    I love these gloves… I just don’t garden with my hands. I can go all the way to my elbows! What fun!

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  71. Phoenix says:

    These are very stylish. It’s hard to choose between Iris & Tulip!

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  72. Betty Herbert says:

    I L-O-V-E, L-O-V-E, L-O-V-E the periwinkle.

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  73. Mary ann Rich says:

    fuchsia, to match the feelings I get from gardening

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  74. Bobbie Crippen says:

    Wow, fantastic colors!!! I’d love to win the Iris gloves.

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  75. Pat says:

    all are beautifully colored —my choice would be IRIS

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  76. KAREN COGBURN says:

    The periwinkle is so lovely

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  77. Becky says:

    Spring green

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  78. pmack says:

    Spring Green, but like all the colors.

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  79. Schmidty says:

    I would choose periwinkle!

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  80. wetc87 says:

    Fuschia for me please. I’ll match all my favorite flowers.

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  81. Susan A says:

    LUV EM ALL BUT I CHOOSE IRIS

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  82. Jewel Hopson says:

    Iris looks so royal they make me smile 🙂

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  83. Heather says:

    I LOVE the IRIS. I collect bromeliads, and these long-line gloves with the delicate fingers might be an ideal way for me to avoid being scratched and prickled by the thorny leaves. If the work, I may consider importing them to Australia where I live…..

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  84. mspurplelady11 says:

    Iris is the color of passion & I am passionate about keeping my hands clean!

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  85. Ianete says:

    Fushia. I would be happy doing anything with fushia gloves. I would probably wear them besides gardening. They are just too, too cool.

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  86. lorraine says:

    I like the iris color!

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  87. Margaret Gabriele says:

    Iris

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  88. ceecee says:

    Uber cute and fab colors. I love the tulip and iris but all colors are so cheery and/or elegant.

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  89. marcy9215 says:

    Sahara…the color of Earth…

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  90. Faith Moeller says:

    Well, since I work in the yard in spring and summer, I would have to pick either the Spring Green (my favorite) or the Periwinkle blue. I totally love the length and the colors are fabulous! Way to go!!

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  91. Victoria says:

    I love them all,but really want spring green.

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  92. Nancy says:

    Fuschia! Might as well be bold in the spring!

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  93. Soledad says:

    I like the spring green.

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  94. Weena says:

    All the colors are so fun, but I think my choice would be Iris.

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  95. sandra says:

    Love the gloves. Pink is my favorite color

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  96. Frances Kranik says:

    Oooo The Fuscia or Iris would be awesome – I’d never loose them that bright. Being new to gardening I don’t always wear gloves, but am learning I need to!

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  97. Teresa Thompson says:

    I would choose Iris!

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  98. Gail Fitzpatrick says:

    I would take a bow to the stubborn but pretty ground-cover I’ll never eliminate from my garden beds. Periwinkle!

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  99. Ruth says:

    I love these for their colors and arm-protective length. I’d choose Spring green and feel like a garden fairy working in the beds.

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  100. smfsprout says:

    Tough choice. The periwinkle is nice but I think I would have to go with the Iris – and really make a statement!

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  101. travelgirl says:

    Oh my, this is really a tough choice – all of the colors are fabulous! I guess I would choose the Sahara, only because I have never seen a pair of gardening gloves that color before, so they would be very different. However I do love bright & sunny colors in my wardrobe all year long. These gloves are really nice because they have such lenght to them.

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  102. pmernick says:

    I would choose periwinkle

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  103. Robin says:

    I would choose the Tulip, red is my favorite color. The gloves look too beautiful for the garden, but they would look lovely on me in my favorite place to be. I garden for 30min at 530AM before I go to work for mental peace and serenity. Then again most days after worrk and on my days off. I love the garden and mow my own lawn. Thank you

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  104. Michelle says:

    These are so tres chic. I would love a pair of the tulip gloves. My favorite color, plus I had them in my wedding bouquet 30 years ago.

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  105. Patricia Marinace says:

    The tulip color, so when I take them off and put them down, I can find them again in the garden. (I’ve lost more garden tools, especially the green ones.)

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  106. ketch07 says:

    Absolutely the periwinkle ones.

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  107. Zoe Lee says:

    I love the periwinkle….these are so pretty! And I live in the Hudson valley too!!

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  108. Kathy Handerhan says:

    Tulip

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  109. Nan Johnstone says:

    Ohhhh, I especially love the Iris and Periwinkle gloves! I treasure a pair of red cotton gloves from the thrift store; they come a few inches past the wrist. The last place I wore them was at a Maiden, Mother, Crone Retreat, where the other women admired them so much!

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  110. mink says:

    spring green

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  111. Catherine says:

    Spring Green — my favorite color! And, I love how, if you’re working in the garden, you’re not competing with the plants but rather blending right in!

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  112. Loesje Shema says:

    I prefer the Iris, and they are all lovely. I especially k=like that they are long, so dirt doesn’t come into the glove through the cuff if I’m workin’ hard. The length also prevents scratches and sunburn, and my skin needs all the help it can get these days.

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  113. Marilyn says:

    WOW I love the tulip! Actually I love them all :).

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  114. MGABBYB says:

    Definitely the black ones.

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  115. mary says:

    Iris, I need a pair of high gloves like these because I almost picked up a baby copperhead when I was weeding and I am scared to finish.

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  116. Carolyn James says:

    GARDENING to me has always been a joy and I’ve never seen gloves more joyful than these! They’re energy lifting, just to look at. My neighbors would get energized from a distance. Well done, Harriet. Where can I get these if I don’t win? Fuschia and periwinkle set my heart a flutter! …cj

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  117. Naomi says:

    I love all the brights but I’d go with basic black for my first pair of Foxgloves!

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  118. Carol says:

    I would definitely choose the periwinkle – they’re so pretty! I can’t wait to get out in the garden. We’re supposed to have 10 days of perfect weather – right through the Easter weekend. YAY!!

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  119. gatormomx2 says:

    Tulip is my favorite color.

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  120. mudpuppie says:

    There’s hardly a day that goes by that I don’t need to wear gardening gloves, especially with roses to tend. These are so pretty and delightfully long. They would serve me well and often!

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  121. vclark500 says:

    Fuschia….there is nothing like a good pink to brighten your day

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  122. Kathy says:

    I love the periwinkle. Will match my gardening clothes. Gardening is a 365 days a year job here in the deep South.

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  123. MoonRae says:

    Definitely the Fuschia!! these are wonderful!! chic and functional

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  124. dmnyes says:

    Ohhh, the dilemma to choose, but if I must, I would choose the Spring Green. Green, the color of nature. Giving credence to the old adage “GREEN THUMB”.

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  125. Mary K. says:

    I’d pick the periwinkle. My favorite color is green but that shade of green is horrific. Not my idea of Spring green at all. Maybe it just doesn’t show well?

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  126. SammyJo says:

    I like Iris. I have never found a good pair of garden gloves, this is so wonderful!

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  127. Marsha Crain says:

    My favorite color is the Spring Green because green is my fav color!!

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  128. Mary Ann says:

    My favorite is the iris. I really need a pair of garden gloves and these look fabulous.

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  129. shewalk says:

    I like the periwinkle.

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  130. akiss50 says:

    I’d love the lime green garden green gloves. They would definitely inspire me to work on making my garden bloom and be very green. I always wear garden gloves to protect my skin and nails. So, I would certainly like to have a pair of these glamorous gloves.

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  131. Dottie527 says:

    Love them !! The length is wonderful. I think the spring green is the best color. Maybe the tic’s wouldn’t be so likely to get into these !

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  132. Debbie Chaney says:

    I would choose the “Elle Grip” sahara garden gloves…looks like my own skin!

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  133. Susan says:

    OF Course, my favorite color…IRIS!!!

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  134. eddyrobey says:

    crow black

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  135. janarooke says:

    TULIP RED!!! I am a tulip girl and red always make me feel radiant!
    I can just see me out in the yard, planting posies with those gorgeous gloves!!!

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  136. Donna says:

    Oh I would choose Tulip. I know I can’t loose these gloves in the color of Tulip, they stand out so I could look where I was last with them when I take them off. Love the gloves. Great job!

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  137. thereislightonthehorizon says:

    Oh my gosh! Glamour in the garden! *and not just my roses!
    But, the main thing would be to protect my hands and (especially) arms from the hazards of thorns and saw-like grasses. Sometimes, after a time in the garden, my arms look like they have ‘defensive wounds’ from a hard mornings workout! 😉
    It would be so fun to have the fuchsia or even iris colored gloves to work in the garden. They could compete with my roses and daisy’s.
    It sure would be nice to win these gloves!

    BTW, LOVE the business name choice of Foxgloves…it certainly brings to mind a garden full of heirloom flowers 🙂

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  138. Martha Sala says:

    I would choose the perriwinkle. So calming to do your Garden work with. These are gorgeous and I need them desperately.

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  139. Diane says:

    Just bought a beautiful hanging basket of fuschia yesterday, so fuschia for sure!

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  140. Kathy says:

    Periwinkle is my favorite color and I looooove these long gloves for gardening.

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  141. Kim Cage says:

    These are gorgeous garden gloves!!! Love all the colors, but
    would pick the periwinkle!!! Thanks for the chance to win!!!!

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  142. JWeaver says:

    Wow! Such beautiful colors and the gloves are so nice and long! Periwinkle makes me smile the most.

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  143. Donna says:

    I would love to be the one to try these gloves; I go thru gloves like water so I am very excited to try this special blend. I am jazzy so the fushia would be a fabulous color to have.

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  144. Joanna Baker (@JoannaMBaker) says:

    Periwinkle!

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  145. Cynthia says:

    These gloves are just beautiful! And a glove I would actually wear – usually, I start out wearing gloves, get frustrated with them and rip them off. It’s hard to choose among such lovely colors, but I’ll go with periwinkle, should I win. Thank you for the opportunity!

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  146. novokate says:

    Without a doubt-periwinkle. I usually garden in latex surgical gloves because the thicker gardening gloves don’t allow me to “feel” the soil, but they do have their drawbacks. Sweaty hands and breaking easily to mention a few. I would love to try these gloves and again in periwinkle which is one of my favorite colors for the garden.

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  147. Sheila Chaffins says:

    My favorite color is blue. These gloves are beautiful!

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  148. LydiaAlice says:

    The fuschia to remind me of what the future blossoms will bring!

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  149. Lila Martin says:

    I’m thinkin Fuschia! All of my garden gloves usually end up being pink. I love pink. I have to have gloves cover my hands now b/c I have had some places removed (damage from sun). But by wearing gloves always when I’m working outside the damage has definitely slowed down. Thanks!

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  150. skipheart says:

    Periwinkle would be my first choose….great gloves!

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  151. Jables says:

    I would love the periwinkle gloves!

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  152. barbara m. says:

    Definitely Spring Green! Make an orange pair too, please!

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  153. Kathy Earls says:

    I would choose Sahara gloves

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  154. Christine says:

    sahara

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  155. Margaret says:

    I love the tulip, my most favorite color. What a great bright color. I’ll never lose these.

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  156. Roledesign says:

    These gloves are just FABULOUS!!! I love to garden and now I can in style… What better way to keep your hands protected while looking smashing.

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  157. Candy Stowers says:

    What great garden gloves, I always have dirt inside my gloves as they don’t come up far enough. I love the fushia and I would love to be the envy of my neighbors working in the yard with these gloves.

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  158. dcrlawrence@gmail.com says:

    I love the fuchsia color. How fun!

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  159. Dorothy Borgese says:

    These are so nice a rainbow of colors for spring. I am so torn I like periwinkle and Iris. Gardening will now be glamorous.

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  160. Jacquie says:

    For me, definitely the rocking red Tulip.

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  161. Melissa says:

    All the colors are wonderful but if I had to pick one I’d go with the Spring Green! My hands/nails always get damaged when I’m doing yard work, these would definitely help!

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  162. bloomingidiot says:

    Periwinkle! I need a color that stands out in the garden so I can see where I left them 😉 I have many pairs of these gloves – they are the only gloves I’ll use anymore.

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  163. Alana Moss says:

    I have to go for the Iris gloves.

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  164. kms says:

    These gloves are glorious! Finally someone (a woman of course) designed a garden glove that is oh so stylish and practical. Such fabulous color choices – I must say tulip and periwinkle are my very favorites. Thanks for the opportunity.

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  165. Alana Moss says:

    I have to go for the Iris ones.

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  166. Felina M says:

    Gotta go with Iris!

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  167. Tina Ashton says:

    Since moving to South Carolina 2 years ago I have finally had time and the inspiration to work in the garden. Folks here are really into their landscaping and while I never thought of myself as having a green thumb I have learned that with all of the heat and humidity in the south plants grow quite easily as long as you keep them watered regularly. The garden gloves are great and like everyone all the colors are fabulous. But if I win I’d love a pair of the spring green. The bright color is so on trend this year.

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  168. Laurinda says:

    I have been buying Harriet’s chic but fabulously practical gloves forever! The black ones are also great for evenings out when you are missing a glove. I admire her ambition and success and continued friendliness…..she often appears at Trade Shows and Flower Shows in the Boston area selling her own gloves! The new gloves are fabulous for getting a grip on things when you are gardening.
    I love all her colors and style. I would love the Spring Green or Fuschia….I might be able to find them again when digging. Continued good fortune to Harriet.

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  169. wizardewu says:

    I would choose iris. It’s my favorite color.

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  170. sharon910 says:

    I love them all but spring green and fushia hit me really good. I am 69 and would love to sport something so fashionable.

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  171. dogladydi says:

    Definitely the blue…..called periwindle!

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  172. Ruth says:

    I would choose the fuchsia gloves. I use mostly fuschsia colored impatiens in my garden and these would get me in the spirit to dig!

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  173. bkrauss says:

    Spring Green for sure! And they sure would be wonderful as I dig through the blackberry shrubs and nettles in my yard!

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  174. barbara s says:

    fuschia is my color today. thanks for the draw

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  175. atrenzad says:

    I will choose Spring Green, the color goes with the grass, the trees and my way of thinking GREEN

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  176. Margarida says:

    I love the choice of colours and practical length of Foxgloves. What an enchanting play on words!

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  177. Debbie says:

    These gloves are perfect… they make me giggle, I love the vibrant colors, they pop… ‘iris’ is my color… what style, fun, energy…. I think I am in love with these gloves…. how fun would it be to have one of every color, especially with all the rain… hoping for ‘Spring’ soon!
    Thank you, Debbie from the Northwest

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  178. KAREN COGBURN says:

    Love Periwinkle.

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  179. Merry says:

    Periwinkle without a doubt!

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  180. mmimilinda says:

    These Foxgloves are amazing looking! I’m dying to treat myself to a pair of one of the other yummy colors… after I win the periwinkle!

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  181. Deborah Cohen says:

    I belong to a CSA (community supported agriculture) where we do all the farming work, from planting to harvesting and all the “recreational weeding” that comes along. I would love to do this work in a pair of periwinkle Foxgloves. I love that they are long gloves which will protect my arms from stinging nettles and the like. They will look so elegant while adding style to my t-shirts and work boot look!!

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  182. kellykat says:

    beautiful,beautiful colors —-I would love any one of them but think I’d choose fushia for its bright cheerful feel. the size I’d choose would be medium

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  183. hoppupp says:

    Now this would be interesting in color.

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  184. kmariem18 says:

    So hard to choose, but spring green is so lovely.

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  185. pameladw says:

    I would order the Spring Green gloves hoping that they would give me a green thumb!! LOL

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  186. WLONGMAN says:

    The Spring Green gloves are just the thing to camouflage my hands while hunting the dreaded thistles and blackberries that sneak into my garden every year. The nasty little weeds won’t know what hit ’em!

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  187. AJB says:

    Sounds like a great product. I would choose Periwinkle.

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  188. elisse says:

    Fuschia! But all the bright fun colors are great and I’d enjoy any of them!

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  189. Kathie says:

    Every pair of gardening gloves I get always get holes in the fingers! I would love to try these to see if they hold up better than the other hundreds of pairs I have tried!

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  190. samriggs says:

    Red – so I can find them no matter where I’m working.

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  191. 1955nurse says:

    I’d love the Fuschia… we have areas of our yard that have sprung up a “Bumper-crop” of Poisen Ivy, so I would really love a pr of these! Thanks for the chance….

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  192. Yolanda Roque says:

    RED IS MY FAVORITE COLOR, IS THE COLOR ON MY ZODIACAL SIGN, IS THE COLOR OF LIFE, LOVE, FLOWERS, SPRING AND ONE OF MY ROOMS….LOVE IT!!!!, THANKS.

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  193. Michelle says:

    Fuchsia, then maybe the men here will leave them alone!

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  194. Diane says:

    Periwinkle please. My perennial bed is based on yellow, white and as close as I can get to periwinkle blue. I love gloves that fit so well that you can still feel what you are doing. Down with ugly Mickey Mouse gloves suitable only for manure shoveling!

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  195. beachwoman says:

    These slim, chic Foxgloves sound perfect. Love that they are not bulky enabling me to grasp my tools more easily. Periwinkle is the color for me!

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  196. evans s says:

    I like tulip

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  197. spartn88 says:

    Wow, cool process, Harriett. They have to be the finest garden gloves for women, ever! Who wouldn’t want a pair. I’d like the IRIS color, please.

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  198. Mary says:

    I want the periwinkle ones – love them!

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  199. Nancy Jachcik says:

    Like spring green color. I could use a good pair of garden gloves because I am constantly ruining my nails with outdoor work.

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  200. Louise M. says:

    These are great gloves! I’m so tired of the bulky ones sold in stores, I want to feel the plants with my hands and enjoy the experience of making my garden bloom. All the colors are beautiful but I guess I would choose “Spring Green” to start the season off right with a pop of color.

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  201. Sharron says:

    I actually LOVE the Fuschia color as my FAV, even though they all would be luscious to wear when working in my flowers! Such a statement! My neighbors would be envious! We have a small garden in our back yark, along with my ROSES, and other flowers that I enjoy working with. I am a young “62” yr. old and would be delighted and appreciative to win a pair of these gloves. I usually buy a pair from Wal Mart, a cheaper version, so I would LOVE to try a nicer, more stylish pair!

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  202. spurnky says:

    Crow Black

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  203. Tha922 says:

    Wow, What beautiful gloves! I am an avid gardener and usually go through several of the cheap pairs each season. I love the fact they go up your arm, great when pruning the thorny plants. The colors are wonderful, which makes it very difficult to choose. For practical purposes so I can’t misplace them in the garden, I guess I would have to go with the Tulip.

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  204. Rhnea says:

    fuschia, my fAVE!

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  205. Debra Simning-Chapman says:

    I love these colors, and I would choose Iris. I’m a purple girl for sure!

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  206. Sue says:

    I love these gloves because they are long and would protect your forearms as well as your hands. The Iris is my favorite as they would match my rubber garden shoes!!

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  207. Rosemary Simm says:

    Tulip Red !!!
    When I work outside with my flowers, I’m always losing
    my gloves. The are usually short, green and flowers decorating them. Red would stand out beautifully for me to see when I lay them down in wrong places. Not to
    mention how stunning I would look while waving my hands all over my bushes and plants. I would smile as I worked.

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  208. Tiera Bonnefond says:

    Love the Iris color! I’m not waiting until I am an old woman to wear purple, but somehow “Now that I’m a middle-aged woman, I shall wear purple” doesn’t sound quite right.

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  209. melmorgan4 says:

    I think the periwinkle is my favorite of all the colors. These are beautiful!

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  210. Heather Rudy says:

    My favorite is Tulip , my favorite flower also. These are such chick gloves for gardening. Great idea.

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  211. ann heffner says:

    definitely the iris because “when I am old, I shall wear purple” and besides, they’ll go so beautifully with my red hat.

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  212. cathy says:

    Spring green. I am on a tennis team and this is the color shirt we wear.

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  213. Freda Witt says:

    I love the way you have made a necessary object so beautiful. I think all the colors are lovely, but I guess if I have to choose, periwinkle would be my favorite. I can see myself using these all season. I love playing in the dirt, but don’t like what it does to my hands and nails.

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  214. Allison R. says:

    I’m so torn; I love all the colors! I think the Periwinkle is my favorite! What a great idea! These gloves are fashionable, classic and useful 🙂

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