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  • Water Hyacinth Bundle of 3

    4.6

    (80 Reviews)

    …this shell flower is a very beautiful plant for any water garden. Its long feathery dangling roots easily make it perfect for added filtration. Please Note: Each order includes three plants per bundle. Please review our 14-Day Live Goods Guarantee. Aquatic Plants Snails & Tadpoles are excluded from…
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    $13.00
  • Algae Eating Black Japanese Trapdoor Pond Snails

    4.5

    (158 Reviews)

    …pond and water gardeners worldwide. Japanese Trapdoor Snails are one of the few snail varieties that can over-winter well and survive in harsher northern climates. Japanese Trapdoor Snails are a great asset in helping keep algae under control in your pond and water garden as they groom plants
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    $2.79
  • Aquascape DIY Backyard Pond Kit 4' x 6'

    * Transform Your Space with Small Outdoor Pond Kits * Start Living the Water Garden Lifestyle * 4'L x 6'W x 2'D Fish Pond with Waterfall Aquascape DIY Backyard Pond Kit all-in-one kit takes the guesswork out of purchasing individual components to build your a 4'L x 6'W x 2'D pond. It has everything…
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    $839.98
  • Giant Sensitive Plant Bundle of 2

    4.8

    (4 Reviews)

    …grower Giant Sensitive plant can be trained up on rocks and streams or free floating to shade a water garden while soaking up excess nutrients in the pond. Please Note: Each order includes two plants per bundle. Please review our 14-Day Live Goods Guarantee. Aquatic Plants Snails & Tadpoles are…
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    $22.00
  • …bog plants should be divided every one to two years; water lilies and lotus are usually divided every two to three years. Below is a simplified how-to guide so grab your pruning tools gloves extra planting bags planting media and garden hose and let's get to work! Bog Plants Bog plants include…
    …PondAir will do the trick. Subsurface aeration works from the bottom up circulating water and increasing dissolved oxygen levels. When the sun goes down fish and plants both use dissolved oxygen in your pond water. By providing subsurface aeration oxygen levels stay high all day and night. Aeration…
    …saw them on your favorite DIY show. Water gardens and decorative features bring many benefits to your outdoor living space. Here are just a few to consider: * The Serenity of Flowing Water: Whether you are in an urban courtyard or suburban neighborhood moving water will give you a sense of privacy…
    Water Garden Decorated with spitters plants lighting and other outdoor decor water gardens these ponds have become a popular addition to backyards. They can contain all types of fish with goldfish and koi being the most popular. Water gardens are typically less than 2 ft. in depth and contain plant
    Beneficial bacteria are instrumental in keeping a water garden clean and balanced. Beneficial bacteria like those found in The Pond Guy Nature's Defense Muck Defense and Seasonal Defense live their life noshing on the excess nutrients in your pond converting it into a harmless gas. They then divide…
    water change in your koi pond or water garden freshens your finned pals' environment keeping them happy and healthy. Here are five reasons why water changes are so important to your fish plants and other aquatic life: * Nutrient Removal: Muck and debris buildup happens in just about every water
    …the sound of water moving over your water fall or watching your fish dart between your flowering lilies. Water features are a great way to personalize your outdoor living space while providing a place that your local wildlife will love. Decisions Decisions Determining which type of water feature you…
    …water.Using Salt in Koi Ponds with Plants Higher salt concentrations can be tolerated by fish than aquatic plants so it's important not to use too much salt in your koi pond if you have both. For ponds with lilies and other aquatic plants living with the fish in your water garden we recommend using…
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