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    …to receive (full sun partial sun partial shade or full shade). Sensitive Plant prefers to lay out in the sun but the Chameleon Plant likes to blend into the shade. Additionally ponds with full sun exposure are more prone to algae growth so add a few extra plants to help keep it shaded. * Deep or…
    …factor is the design of the pond itself. While a koi pond may also include plants for filtration or aesthetic appeal the design of this type of pond is all about the koi. These ponds do not contain plant shelves and are usually 4 ft. in depth or more. The reason for this is to discourage…
    …so you are prepared for the next treatment. If you notice your pond is full of suspended debris you may want to try Pond Dye Plus. It contains both dye and the beneficial bacteria that's found in PondClear so it will both shade your pond and help clear the water. This option is great to use after…
    …pond is in full sun and water temperatures are reaching the high 70's to 80's there's a good chance your fish are struggling to get the oxygen they need. A partial water change may help relieve the immediate issue but adding surface floating plants providing other sources of shade and double…
    …free-floating plant with a single hair-like root and three 1/16- to 1/8-inch long leaves or fronds. It tends to grow in dense colonies in quiet water that is undisturbed by waves. You can fit six to eight of these plants of the tip of your finger. Watermeal another invasive plant that can be…
    …few fry. Feeding your fish is a great way to interact with them. Koi goldfish comets and most other pond fish are omnivores meaning they will eat plant and protein food sources. Because they are cold-blooded environmental triggers can change their metabolism meaning that some foods are easier to…
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