The hosepipe ban has now been lifted by all water companies across England.
More than six million customers can now freely use their hoses but will not be in need of them at the moment with the recent rainfall.
Sutton and East Surrey Water, South East Water, Veolia Water Central and Veolia Water Southeast were the final companies to lift the ban after imposing it in April.
Many homeowners were left to find alternative measures for watering gardens and completing landscape projects.
But unusually heavy rainfall for the summer has beaten out the ‘drought’ experienced following two very dry winters.
Anglian Water, Southern Water and Thames Water lifted their bans back in June prior to flooding taking over the country.
According to reports rain in June was double the normal average amount for that month and April was the wettest since records began more than a century ago.
Gardeners can let out a sigh of relief with the Environment Agency believing the threat of drought for the summer has now been abolished by the rain.
The ban lift follows a weekend of torrential rain and flooding across many parts of the country.
There are no longer any weather warnings in place but many locations are still on flood alert as the waters diminish.