To help Britons plan for the worst case scenario, founder of plant subscription box Lazy Flora, Claire Ransom, spoke exclusively with Express.co.uk about ways to alter your plant are routine during an unseasonably rainy summer.
Claire also shared signs you need to watch out for in case your plants begin to suffer in a wet season.
For plants in containers, Claire said good drainage is key.
She said: “If it’s going to be a wet summer, you need to watch out for things like, if you’re planting in containers, making sure that you’ve got really good drainage in the soil.
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