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Brown Pond

    …The most common geese that pond owners face are Canada Geese. These waterfowl inhabit just about any type of water body from lakes rivers and ponds to any area where water is present. Canada Geese have a black head and neck and white cheeks. Their bodies are brown with a tan chest and are famous…
    …using Black DyeMond pond dye. Designed to add beauty this option can turn brown or gray water into a beautiful display. It creates a mirrored surface that reflects surrounding trees and natural rocky landscapes making it perfect for natural ponds in wooded areas. * Blue-Black Pond Dye: Do you prefer…
    …rid your pond of these emergent plants is to use  Shoreline Defense & Treatment Booster Plus. Simply mix the two products together in a pond sprayer and spray directly on the target plants. Allow 1-2 weeks for complete control. When the plants are dead (they will turn brown) remove…
    …microscopic plants that color pond water green blue-green brown or variations in between. Your jar is telling you to treat for algae. Tea-Colored Water Discolored or tea-colored water means you have some leaf tea brewing in your pond. As organic debris decomposes in your pond the tannins and other…
    Pond dye typically comes in two colors: black and blue. Black pond dye like The Pond Guy Black Pearl Pond Shade gives shaded ponds a rich look and turns a brown or gray water feature into a stunning pool that reflects the trees and landscape. Blue pond dye like The Pond Guy Blue Sapphire Pond Shade…
  • Zen Fountain Kits

    …combinations to suit your unique style and landscape. Decorative pond pebbles are 1-3 in size and are available in white pebbles and mixed colors. Each 40 pound bag will cover approximately a 30 x 30 area. Please Note: Fountain Kits are not available with black or brown striped pebbles until 2021.
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    $1399.99
  • …bait fish you have two options: stock your pond with them and keep a separate supply on hand to use when you do some fishing. To stock your pond with bait fish purchase a supply from your local sports shop or pet store and introduce them to your pond or lake after acclimating them. Be sure to…
    …ecosystem before you treat your pond. The three most common types of algae found in large ponds or lakes are: * Planktonic Algae are floating microscopic plants that are suspended in the water column and can quickly alter the water different shades of green blue-green brown or variations in between.…
  • Blue Thumb Polished Pebbles

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    …focal point to your garden or landscape. Give your pondless water feature the finishing touch with Blue Thumb Polished Pebbles. These decorative pond pebbles are one to three inches in size and are available in two color options: white or mixed. Each 40-pound bag will cover approximately a 30 x…
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    $44.99
  • …of blooms that color your pond shades of green blue-green brown or variations in between. In controlled amounts this type of algae in your water garden can beneficial as it is the start of the pond food chain. This type of tiny algae feeds fish and help to shade the pond's bottom – helping to…
    …treated cattails are brown and wilted to remove them. Cutting them down too early will prevent the chemical treatment from fully reaching and killing the cattail rhizome (root) resulting in a quick return of the weed. Do not leave dead cattails or any other dead vegetation in your pond to decompose.…
    pond it is extremely risky to treat because of the likelihood of a fish kill due to low oxygen levels. If you have fish in your pond we suggest treating in sections treat 1/4 – 1/2 of the pond at a time while waiting 10-14 days between treatments. * Wait until the target has turned browned and…