The Royal Horticultural Society is asking gardeners to share their insights into weather tolerant plants.
The Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) is asking gardeners to identify plants growing in their gardens that have coped with extremes of very wet and very dry weather, by completing a survey.
The RHS gardening advice team are using this information to deepen its knowledge of how home gardeners plant difficult sites. The RHS have pointed out that data from the Met Office indicates that the UK is expected to see more frequent milder wetter winters and hotter drier summers in the future; so the need for such information will be increasingly important.
A short survey designed to capture their observations is available at: https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/Plantsforchangingconditions
The results of the survey will be added to the existing comprehensive plant information available on the RHS website for gardeners to use to successfully garden in variable weather and a changing climate.