With the coming of storm “Glenda,” international name Rammasun, precautionary measures had been given by the concerned government agencies to prevent loss of lives and property. This was relayed through radio, television, print media, and social media sites.
With this, we homemakers, should also be concerned on the “safety” of our plants. If you have plants that are quite high like Ti plants, and other vertical shrubs, you could prop it up with stakes or tie it to a fence or pole or any wall near it to prevent swaying or breakage of branches when gusty winds hit it.
Put the potted plants in places where it will not be soaked in flood waters. You can use hollow blocks to put it in a higher level. Same with shrubs that tend to droop when its leaves were soaked with rain water. It could be deformed when hit by strong winds, its branches broken, so use wires to hold it in place.
But of course, we are more concerned with the safety of the people who will be affected. Keep safe!
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