Susan W wrote:Would there be anything wrong with using water from the AC? Here's my situation. I have central heat/air on main floor. Son is upstairs in large room, and uses window unit, dripping lots of water. With our heat and humidity, the unit runs (main one not much at all). The drip is where I have a couple shelves of plants, qts and larger, east side, mainly for market. I can (did) put a 5 gal bucket to catch drips, and could use that to spot water. Any plants around the drip haven't been hurt, spare getting too much water!
It's not the same but, if you have humid air, you can buy a dehumidifier machine. That will condense water from the air in a container inside it. When it fills, you can use the water on plants. It's very clean.
You could try that, as well.