Is dehumidifier water OK for houseplants?

Take a look at this Quick Tips video to discover whether it's OK to use dehumidifier water on houseplants.

Overview

The houseplants we grow can have different care requirements, including feeding and watering. Watch this Quick Tips video to discover whether it's OK to use dehumidifier water on your houseplants. 


Transcript

Water from dehumidifiers is pure, so it’s fine to use on your plants. You do still need to feed them as normal, though. Boiled water from kettles, left to cool, is also good for houseplants, particularly if you live in a ‘hard water’ area.

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