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Goldfish Pond Plants

    …once filtered fish waste becomes fertilizer which can be consumed by plants and produce exceptional plant growth. Approximately 40-60% of your pond's surface area should be covered in plants. This is extra important if your pond is in direct sunlight most of the day.Fish – Add color and…
    …your fish over in your pond following these steps will help ensure your fish get that life-sustaining oxygen they will need. * Remove debris from the pond. In the fall before ice forms give your pond or water feature a good cleaning. Remove debris trim dead leaves off plants net floating leaves and…
    …these ponds discourage the presence of species like goldfish. Another distinguishing 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…
    …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; koi and other larger…
  • CrystalClear® WipeOut™ Bacterial Control

    4.8

    (5 reviews)

    …can occur from poor water conditions overcrowding or abrasions from predators. CrystalClear® WipeOut™ is perfect to use in ponds for both koi & goldfish but can also be used for common aquarium fish species. CrystalClear® WipeOut™ is safe to use in ponds with fish and plants.
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    $8.99
  • …Aquatic Plants – Similar to algae plants use nutrients that are in the pond. Covering 40-60% of your pond with plants not only means there will be fewer nutrients available for different types of algae to use but they will also shade your pond – this is especially important if your pond
    …never come out it almost defeats the purpose of having koi or goldfish in your pond! Here are a few reasons why your fish may be hiding.New To The Pond It's tough to move into a new pond. If you've recently added new koi or goldfish to your water garden you can expect them to be a bit shy or…
    …necessary. Pond Heaters Versus De-Icers Unless you house warm water fish like Plecostomus in your water garden you will not need a pond heater to warm the water. Most pond fish including koi and goldfish will overwinter in your pond as long as the depth is at least 18. Koi & goldfish go into a…
  • The Pond Guy® Spring & Fall Fish Food

    4.9

    (51 reviews)

    …& Fertility * 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 &…
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    $12.99 - 119.99
  • …varieties of algae and where they live in an aquatic 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…
    …color excitement and if you are lucky a 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…
    …and can have a sunken appearance. * Anchor Worm: These white string-like worms and their larvae can be introduced to your pond when adding new fish or aquatic plants. Once the worms have attached to the body of the fish red sores or inflammation may appear at the point of attachment. Tweezers…