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Water Plants With Leftover Ice

When watering indoor plants, try using ice cubes instead of water. They melt slowly, letting the soil absorb it better. This may not work for all plants, test first.

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By jh jackson from Wilmington, NC

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June 23, 2009

Have extra ice cubes left in your glass? Use them to water your household plants.

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