Dickies are most commonly know as a tough outdoor clothing with a less industrial purpose have been featured in many popular UK gardening magazines over the past few years, due to the sturdiness of our gardening boots and clothing ranges.

One of our most featured boots for gardening, within the main publications, has been the Dickies Fury Safety Hiker – this boot benefits from steel toe-caps & midsole plates for excellent protection, making it a great boot for spade work or even heavier landscaping work. 

We’d also recommend taking a look at our range of Dickies accessories; particularly our work gloves, with many suitable as gardening gloves.

Introducing one of the lightest and most comfortable wellington boots for farm & agricultural working conditions. This revised versio...

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£60.00 (inc vat) £50.00 (ex vat)

The Dickies Super Grip Gloves are knitted with a Latex palm. The Dickies Super Grip Gloves are ideal for gardening purposes and offer exc...

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£3.00 (inc vat) £2.50 (ex vat)

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It’s important that you test the soil quality and structure before you go ahead and plant anything. This will inform how you treat the soil – what nutrients will be required, what plants are suitable, and whether draining structures will need to be added.

The Orland Bodywarmer is a key piece from the variety of agricultural clothing by Dickies. This garment is polyester micro-fleece with diamond quil...

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£26.50 (inc vat) £22.08 (ex vat)

The Dickies ED24/7 Trousers have an exceptional choice of colour variations & available sizes. These match with & suit the Dickie...

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£20.00 (inc vat) £16.67 (ex vat)

The Dickies Cameron Safety Boot is a smart and durable safety boot which is new for the 2018 collection. The Cameron boot benefits from a comp...

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£55.00 (inc vat) £55.00 (ex vat)

A product from our excellent collection of farm, country & agricultural workwear clothing. The Adalson Softshell Bodywarmer is manufa...

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£28.50 (inc vat) £23.75 (ex vat)

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For those of us trying to garden organically, using nematodes for slug control, encouraging beneficial insects with beds of nectar rich flowers, and placing small bottles of sugar solution at the base of fruit trees could be the trend to follow in 2019.