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Large Pond Plants

    Plants: These are fantastic oxygenators. Submerged plants are also able to absorb excess nutrients so there is no need to fertilize them. * Bog Plants: Bog plants are planted around the perimeter of your pond or in shallow areas. There is a lot of variety in the color size and shape of these plants
    …garden. Larger Ponds (over 5000 sq. ft.) Using EPDM liners for larger ponds can require a lot of field seaming and the material is not durable enough to handle large applications. Instead for ponds over 5000 sq. ft. The Pond Guy® recommends using Custom Size Large Pond Liner. When installing…
    …Use Pond Netting Netting is a useful pond tool but can harm plants and fish if not used correctly. Every season has a different use for netting. Here are some tips for keeping your pond net and pond in top shape every season: * Spring - Pond netting can be used in spring to help protect young plants
    …with the sound of falling water over a large waterfall or stream. The RapidFlo™ Ecosystem Pond Kits feature pumps that will produce up to 7000 GPH. These kits create ponds 1000-6100 gallons so you will have plenty of space to add your favorite plants and your fish will have lots of room to…
    …your pond. The best way to do that is to remove their preferred habitat—all the muck and debris covering the bottom of your pond. How do you do that? Here's a four-step approach: * Pull Out the Debris: First use a lake rake to remove weeds accumulated debris algae decomposing plants and muck.…
    …correct size de-icer to overwinter your pond is not as difficult as it sounds but every de-icer is different so make sure to double check the manufacturer's recommendations. If you have excessive plant material or large amounts of fish overwintering in the pond it may be necessary to have multiple…
    plants and algae. Pond dye actively blocks specific portions of the sunlight spectrum slowing growth and keeping your water clear and clean. Note that pond dyes do not inhibit growth of emergent plants (e.g. cattails) or floating plants (e.g. water lily). For more information on aquatic plants and…
    …area.Step 11: Add Plants & Fill Pond Place bog plants on the shallow plant shelf and lilies in the bottom of the pond. Don't worry if they aren't covering the pond's surface yet; they'll grow quickly. As the pond is filling with water backfill around the skimmer and pond for additional support.Step…
    …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;…
  • Aquascape® DIY Backyard Pond Kit 4' x 6'

    …a beautiful waterfalls. The top of the filter can be filled with aquatic plants or accent stones allowing the BioFalls to be completely camouflaged into the landscape. EcoWave™ 2000 Pond Pump • Circulation for Ponds Filters & Waterfalls • Internal Smart Motor Technology Control…
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    $839.98
  • …aquariums.Welcome Residents Crayfish can make a fun addition to your pond. They nibble on aquatic plants so they help control weed growth. They eat decaying material so they - along with Airmax® MuckAway™ - will help keep pond muck to a minimum. They'll entertain your kids (and their…
    …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…