Gardening with Raynaud's and Scleroderma

We know that gardening can be tricky, especially during the winter. So we have teamed up with Sue Dryden, a landscape garden who is affected by Scleroderma and Raynaud's to bring you insider tips.

Meet Sue and hear about the ways her conditions affect her and her work as a gardener.

Handy tips for horticulturalists and gardeners

Sue's Raynaud's has led to symptoms of hand dysfunction. This can be common in scleroderma, find out from Sue the best gardening tools that are comfortable to hold and operate with this condition.

Protect your hands and feet to prevent a Raynaud's attack

Raynaud's can be difficult to manage when gardening even in the summer. Sue shares her handy tips on protecting your hands and avoiding a Raynaud's attack.

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