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Floating Plant Containers

  • Floating Island Planters

    4.3

    (27 reviews)

    …designed construction. Manufactured from UV and water-resistant polyethylene foam ensuring long life the Floating Island Planters come in multiple sizes to fit your needs. Floating Island Planters also protects plants from grazing koi and goldfish plus includes both the float and basket.
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    $8.99 - 59.99
  • Round Floating Plant Island

    …a pop of color while protecting plants from grazing pond fish. The floating plant island has a self-watering design that helps keep the water clean. Durable porous material covers the basket and styrofoam floating ring to keep pond soil contained while providing plants with enough water. Each island…
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    $29.99 - 34.99
  • Floating Plant Oasis

    …options for planting up to 6 square aquatic plants in their pots (approx. 3.5 baskets). The Floating Plant Oasis is a great solution to add beautiful vegetation and pops of color in ponds without planting shelves or ponds that are too deep for marsh plants. The 16L x 12W x 2H grid floats freely on…
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    $29.99
  • Microbe-Lift® Aquatic Planting Media

    4.8

    (40 reviews)

    …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 contains
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    $14.36 - 27.96
  • …frost then gently sink your hardy plants to the deepest part of the pond and they will go dormant until spring. For bog plants bring them back up as soon as the ice permanently thaws so they can keep growing. * Floating Plants: Water Lettuce and other floating plants are most susceptible to frost.…
    …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 and fish waste. They spend their time attached to the container's solid surface and eat as food floats by. Midge flies…
    …deeper area of your pond. * Bog Plants: These also should be planted in containers filled with Planting Media. These can be planted round the edges of your pond using Plant Bags or inside the pond with the Floating Island Planter. Do not forget to fertilize your plants to give them the nutrients…
    …many types of submerged floating and emergent plants that can be used for habitat but make sure you stick with plants that are native to your area. Using native plants will help make it harder for invasive species to take over. There are some disadvantages of using plants as fish habitats in ponds.…
    …waters. Add some pond water to the bag and float or hold them in the water for a few minutes out of direct sunlight. Once acclimated leave them in a shallow area and let them work their way into the deeper sections of your pond. If they float don't worry; air occasionally gets trapped in…
  • The Pond Guy® Spring & Fall Fish Food

    4.9

    (51 reviews)

    …* Plant Based Food for Easy Digestion The Pond Guy Spring & Fall Floating Fish Food contains an easy-to-digest formula for cooler temperatures. This wheatgerm fish food formula is key for transitioning koi and goldfish into and out of this cold weather. The Pond Guy Spring & Fall Floating
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    $12.99 - 119.99
  • …décor. * Floating Plants: Floating aquatic plants like water lilies and water hyacinth create scads of underwater shade for your finned pals. Simply plant lilies in baskets or plant bags and place them in strategic spots around your pond or toss in water hyacinth to create a floating hideout.…
    …of your pond.The Results Green Water If your jar contains green-tined water or if the water has green particles in it you most likely have algae. Planktonic algae – the source of algae blooms – are floating microscopic plants that color pond water green blue-green brown or variations…