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As I live in a 1st floor flat and have no garden getting rain water, enought to water my plants is very hard without looking like a mental patient using a bucket to scoppp out water from a puddle. With all this snow around at the moment, can I collect it , melt it and use it to water my plants in the same way as rain water ?

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As I live in a 1st floor flat and have no garden getting rain water, enought to water my plants is very hard without looking like a mental patient using a bucket to scoppp out water from a puddle. With all this snow around at the moment, can I collect it , melt it and use it to water my plants in the same way as rain water ?

Yes! Just make sure you don't collect any yellow snow.. :D

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You can use it, but i would reccomend you to filter it (e.g. through some filter-paper of at least a fine cloth). Snow contains sometimes quite a lot of solid contamination, it depends on where you live - in cities it is naturally more contamination then in mountains. Good luck :D

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