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  • Nycon Koi Kastle Fish Shelters

    4.8

    (45 Reviews)

    * Provide Hiding Places For Fish * Keep Fish Safe From Predators * Multiple Sizes To Fit Your Pond Tired of blue herons and other pond predators snacking on your fish? The Nycon Koi Kastle Fish Shelter is the perfect solution for ponders looking to provide a hiding place for koi and other pond fish.…
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    $9.99 - 49.99
  • There's nothing more frustrating than hiding or skittish fish. Part of the joy of having a water garden is to sit by the pond's edge feed your fish and relax while you watch them enjoy their underwater world. When they dash off and hide at the site of anything coming near them or they hole up and…
    …baitfish with hiding places as well as areas for algae plankton and other food sources to grow. Adding fish habitat structures in deeper water nearby will provide hiding and hunting locations for your larger fish. Additionally creating a fish habitat will also give you great places to throw your…
    …the pond is deeper and will make it harder for fish to be seen from a long distance. * Provide Hiding Places: Just in case a heron chooses your pond for its hunting grounds give your fish a place to hide. Fish habitat like the Honey Hole Shrub or Fish Attractor Spheres can provide an added layer of…
  • Atlantic Splash Ring

    …crucial. Set the mesh panel facing up to show off the stainless steel or copper trim. You can also flip the splash ring over to keep stones in place and hide the ring. By placing different sized stones under the mesh you can change the sound of the falls. Available in three sizes: 12 24 and 36. -->
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    $166.99 - 383.99
  • Lemon Bacopa Bundle of 5

    4.8

    (9 Reviews)

    …and place in water in a bright sunny window indoors. Lemon Bacopa plants will thrive in a wide range of growing conditions from moist soil as a bog plant or in water as a floating or submerged plant. The Lemon Bacopa is a great aquatic pond plant for providing a place for fish to hide and reproduce.…
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    $19.00
  • …the predator with water. They are designed to startle them and scare them away. * Provide hiding places for your fish. Just in case a heron does find its way into your pond give your fish a place to hide. Pond Dye can be used to shade your pond. Portions of submerged large-diameter pipe or beds…
    …always use a helping hand. That's why we recommend Porcupine Fish Attractor Spheres. When placed in your pond fish will enjoy improved spawning habitat and young fish will have a great place to hide when predators are on the hunt. Using our fish attractor spheres you'll see improved fish survival…
    …the pond lights so they are facing the pond or place them under the waterfall but away from the viewing area so visitors can enjoy the beauty of the lights without getting blinded. Once the light is in place use your existing plants or rocks to hide the cord but remember to wrap some excess cord…
    …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 protection food and a comfy place to call home. * Aesthetics: Add some color…
  • Aquascape Medium Rippled Urn Landscape Fountain Kit

    …submersible fountain pump tubing and a rippled texture urn that measures 45 high x 27 in diameter. Unlike ceramic fountains it won't fade or crack when placed outdoors so you can enjoy it for years to come. Medium Rippled Urn • Medium Fountain Urn with a Rippled Pattern Texture • Made for…
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    $1239.98
  • …measure up to 6 inches long which is larger than most other frog species and sport a dorsal fin that begins behind its arrowhead-shaped body. Winter Hiding As frogs are cold blooded when winter approaches they will begin to slow down as their body temperatures drop. When winter arrives they will go…
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