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Plants In The Pond

    …Place in the pond so that the growing tip is in 3-6 of water. Once the leaves reach the surface you can place the pot in a deeper area of your pond. * Bog Plants: These also should be planted in containers filled with Planting Media. These can be planted round the edges of your pond using Plant Bags…
  • Microbe-Lift Aquatic Planting Media

    4.8

    (52 Reviews)

    …bacteria to help with pond clarity. The neutral pH pebbles in Microbe-Lift Aquatic Planting Media contain beneficial bacteria retain oxygen and help absorb excess alkalinity for improved pond water quality. When used in a bog area Microbe-Lift Aquatic Pond Plant Media helps reduce transplant…
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    $14.36 - 27.96
  • Atlantic Pond & Garden Protector Net Kits

    4.7

    (61 Reviews)

    …instant line of defense for plants and expensive koi against many types of predators and herbivores including osprey hawks herons egrets kingfishers rabbits and raccoons that may visit in your absence. The Atlantic Pond Protection Net also allows for sunlight and optimum plant ventilation as well as…
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    $86.99 - 98.99
  • 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
  • Plant Socks

    4.0

    (6 Reviews)

    …your pond's edges and curves with these strong flexible plant socks. Now you can protect your plants from fish while keeping the roots from taking over your pond. The finely woven material is incredibly durable and works well for most aquatic plants. Available in two sizes to meet all your planting
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    $12.99 - 15.99
  • Round Floating Plant Island

    …keep pond soil contained while providing plants with enough water. Each island can be placed on the water surface individually or linked together as a group to produce an attractive display. Ideal for ponds without planting shelves or in places where the pond is too deep to plant bog plants on the…
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    $29.99 - 34.99
  • …are also kept as colorful pets in 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…
  • The Pond Guy Plant Bags

    4.6

    (18 Reviews)

    …The Pond Guy Plant Bags area great space saver! These mesh pond planting bags can contour to fit even the narrow and oddly shaped areas of your pond. The durable 1/16 mesh keeps planting media secure while still allowing proper water circulation and root development. The bags will not crack even in
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    $8.99 - 11.99
  • Floating Plant Oasis

    5.0

    (1 Reviews)

    …allows limitless options for planting up to 6 square aquatic plants in their pots (approx. 3.5 baskets). The Floating Plant Oasis is a great solution to add beautiful vegetation and pops of color in ponds without planting shelves or ponds that are too deep for marsh plants. The 16L x 12W x 2H grid…
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    $29.99
  • …surfaces. And when their tiny corpses pile up they can cause a stink. Feasting in Your Filter These insects thrive in freshwater aquatic and semi-aquatic environments. In their larval stages they live in tree holes plants rotting vegetation soil and artificial containers - including filtration…
    …the better bet. Also consider the type of fish in your pond. Just as with plants some fish species can be hardy in some climates and not in others. An Oranda for instance might do just fine overwintering in a pond in Orlando Fla. but up in Fargo N.D. that same fish would turn into a popsicle--even…
    …which plants are and aren't in your zone. What to Do: * Hardy Plants: Hardy water lilies submerged plants and other plants geared for your hardiness zone are pretty easy to winterize. Remove the foliage after the first hard frost then gently sink your hardy plants to the deepest part of the pond and…