Climate Quick Tip: A Rainwater Remedy

Feed your indoor plants with collected rainwater. Place a bucket outside on rainy days to collect the water and bring it inside for your plants. Need a few more plants? Propagate from existing houseplants and swap with friends.

Place a bucket outside on rainy days to collect rainwater and bring it inside to water your new and matured plants.

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