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Frog Pond

  • Aquascape® Lazy Frog on Lily Pad Spitter

    …but the Aquascape Lazy Frog on Lily Pad Spitter is molded out of a sturdy poly-resin material that easily fits into most budgets. Attach a 1/2 hose to the back and the lazy frog will spit water out of his mouth when connected to a fountain or spitter pump. The Lazy Frog on Lily Pad Spitter creates…
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    $51.98
  • Aquascape® Crazy Legs Frog Spitter

    …Water Enjoy the soothing sounds of water as a steady stream falls into your pond or water feature from Aquascape Crazy Legs Frog Spitter. This funny decorative water feature adds personality to your landscape. Unlike most pond decor that is made of expensive materials like brass steel or copper this…
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    $111.98
  • …innocuous demeanor frogs are tough little critters. They have evolved ways to survive in some of the harshest climates on the earth including the Arctic Circle Mojave Desert and everywhere in between. So don't worry: The ones living in your pond - likely a type of green aquatic frog or bullfrog -…
  • Aquascape® Double Frog w/Cattail Spitter

    …amount of detail and consistent texture that easily fits into most budgets. The double Frog w/Cattail Spitter measures 10L x 10W x 18H. 1-Year Warranty. Looking for a pump? We recommend pairing the Double Frog w/Cattail Spitter with one of our water fountain pumps and black vinyl tubing (sold…
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    $111.98
  • …to make fiber and adhesive.* Grocery Store: An integral part of the pond ecosystem's food chain cattails' leaves shoots and roots make a tasty buffet for muskrat geese and snails while the plant's underwater stalks feed fish frogs and turtles. Humans can eat cattails too. The rhizomes can be used…
    …life so humans and animals are naturally drawn toward water. Wild birds dragonflies turtles squirrels butterflies and frogs will enjoy your new outdoor addition. When designing your pond think about ways to include food and shelter options for these critters. This will provide them with a habitat in…
    …assembly of frogs and toads that set up camp at your pond and lake. These frogs and toads can get quite boisterous as they let out calls that can be heard from miles away. It is not the warm weather or a particularly good day that makes frogs and toads sing however. When toads and frogs call out…
    …it can capture and swallow including aquatic plants invertebrates fish frogs reptiles birds and small mammals. Snapping turtles also clean-up your pond by consuming carrion (or dead animals). In a farm or swimming pond a snapping turtle might snap up some undesirable visitors like snakes.Nocturnal…
    …probably see some of these worm-sized mud huts.A Tasty Fish Treat Don't worry: These little guys won't harm your pond or your fish. In fact if one wriggles its way into your pond it will be a welcome treat for your fish. Goldfish and other smaller fish will gobble them and their little mud homes;…
    …water. Be sure you are adding pond salt to the water to keep fish stress down and also help prevent diseases.Keep the Fry Safe Once the fry emerge from their eggs they can't swim and will need a protected area that's safe from natural predators like tadpoles frogs and koi. Make sure you give them…
    …offering food and shelter. Fish and snails can hang out around the leaves and stems while frogs hunt for bugs or hide in the shade. The leaves stems and root systems of underwater plants give your pond life safe places to spawn and lay their eggs. And when those tiny fry hatch the plants provide…
    …to a distant pond or lake. Canadian Geese The abundance of waste that is produced by geese can wreak havoc on your lawn and pond can be problematic to pond owners that want clear water to swim in. The best defense against geese is to place realistic decoys in and around your pond to prevent them…