1 2 3 4 
Next
  • List

Plants For Shade

    …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 Shallow End: Some plants prefer deep…
    …Much Sunlight. Not Enough Plants. Solution: Sunlight is essential for algae to grow. You can block that sunlight by covering your water with pond water lilies or other floating plants; we recommend shading 40-60% of your pond's surface area. Another benefit to adding plants is that they absorb the…
    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 friends) for hours as they turn over rocks and hunt for crayfish. And they make for some delicious eating for you…
    …behind by your fish. * 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…
  • Floating Plant Oasis

    5.0

    (1 Reviews)

    Plants * Strong Yet Rigid Resin Foam Polymer * Ideal For Water Gardens Without Planting Shelves The Floating Plant Oasis is a strong yet rigid resin foam polymer frame that allows limitless options for planting up to 6 square aquatic plants in their pots (approx. 3.5 baskets). The Floating Plant
    Read More »
    $29.99
  • Sensitive Plant Bundle of 2

    3.2

    (6 Reviews)

    …This unique plant produces small globular yellow flower-puffs and as a floating plant Sensitive Plant is perfect for fish shade and 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 &…
    Read More »
    $16.00
  • …growth. They also provide shade and cover for fish and other aquatic organisms. * Submerged 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…
    …Terrestrial Shade: Trees and terrestrial and marginal plants growing alongside your pond can provide plenty of shade from the outside. Blue Flag Iris and Dwarf Cattail for instance planted on the south or west side will cast cool shady shadows for your fish. * Get Creative with Canopies: If planting
  • Round Floating Plant Island

    5.0

    (1 Reviews)

    …Floating Linkable Planting Baskets * Protects Plant From Grazing Pond Fish * Available Sizes: 10 & 14 Diameter Design stunning aquatic plant arrangements with these linkable floating planting baskets. Ideal for pond hobbyists that want to add a pop of color while protecting plants from grazing…
    Read More »
    $29.99 - 34.99
  • Giant Sensitive Plant Bundle of 2

    4.8

    (5 Reviews)

    …unique plant produces 1 globular yellow flower-puffs that resemble the common sweet pea. A quick 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…
    Read More »
    $22.00
  • …on the type of root system. For plants with clumping roots like corkscrew rush separate the roots into sections with some roots intact in each section. Dwarf cattails have runners so cut the runner and leave the root base with each section of the plant. For rhizome plants like irises simply divide…
    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…
X
Before You Go!
Do you have questions about a product?

Talk with one of our resident pond experts

Call Us 866-766-3435
or chat with a specific team Submit a question and get a
response by email