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  • Microbe-Lift Aquatic Planting Media

    4.8

    (70 Reviews)

    Aquatic Pond Plant Media helps reduce transplant shock allow for more efficient utilization of light water and nutrients and retain water keeping the bog moist but not waterlogged. Microbe-Lift Aquatic Planting Media Will not break-down float or cloud pond water. Microbe-Lift Aquatic Planting Media
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    $15.16 - 29.56
  • Lifegard All-In-One Replacement Filter Sponge

    0.0

    (No Reviews)

    Replacement foam mechanical filtration media for the Lifegard Aquatics All-In-One Pond Filter System. Black foam filtration media measures 5-3/4 x 12-½ x 3-1/4. (Part RU440446)
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    $11.99
  • Blue Thumb Elite Series Waterfall Filters

    5.0

    (3 Reviews)

    …The Elite Waterfall Filter has a removable landscape lid that can be covered with rocks mulch or adorned with aquatic plants while still allowing easy access to your filter media. Blue Thumb Elite Series Waterfall Filters (formerly PondBuilder) also feature dual intake ports to install plumbing…
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    $287.99 - 899.99
  • …and Lotuses: Best grown in pots such as the Water Lily & Water Lotus Planting Kits. Fill your tub with clay and a clay/soil mix with Aquatic Planting Media on top. Position the bulb inside the container with the growing tip pointed up. Place in the pond so that the growing tip is in 3-6 of…
  • Water Lily & Water Lotus Planting Kits

    5.0

    (1 Reviews)

    …hardy lilies or lotuses. The large deep no-hole tubs provide the perfect space to allow aquatic plants to grow to their full potential. No re-potting needed. These packages include one planting tub planting media and Thrive fertilizer tabs. Plants are sold separately. Click here to view. Avaliable…
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    $29.99 - 44.99
  • Aquascape AquaGarden Mini Pond Kits

    * Complete Aquatic Water Garden * Enjoy a Tranquill Lighted Waterfall * Includes All Media & Substrate Needed The AquaGarden Mini Pond Kit by Aquascape is a complete water garden kit that includes a pond light and waterfall. Make a big impact in any small indoor or outdoor space with this…
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    $175.98
  • …we will discuss the nitrogen cycle and why it is important to all aquatic life in a pond. Nitrogen Cycle 101 The nitrogen cycle in a Koi pond is responsible for biological filtration to keep the water at safe levels to support aquatic life including fish and plants. Without an established ecosystem…
    …and keeps a hole open in your pond. Aquatic Plants – Natural algae control. Aquatic plants are a key part of a balanced pond. They feed on processed fish waste and help reduce algae blooms. Fish waste (before it goes through filtration) can be toxic to aquatic life. However once filtered fish…
    …in Your Filter These insects thrive in freshwater aquatic and semi-aquatic environments. In their larval stages they live in tree holes plants rotting vegetation soil and artificial containers - including filtration systems infesting media pads where there's an abundance of organics from debris…
    …Clean Filters Media & Pump Filter Media First wash the filter media pads and bio balls located in your skimmer waterfall box pressurized filter and/or in-pond filter. Filter media may be stored in the waterfall box or skimmer or stored inside for the winter. If any of the media looks worn or…
    aquatic plants so they have some room to stretch their roots. In general bog plants should be divided every one to two years; water lilies and lotus are usually divided every two to three years. Below is a simplified how-to guide so grab your pruning tools gloves extra planting bags planting media
    …Pond Aerator to be sure the fish get an ample supply of oxygen. Also be sure to check your filtration system regularly cleaning or replacing filter media as needed. Predators Imagine looking up and seeing a clawed paw grab for you or a sharp beak slice through the water. Predators like raccoons and…
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