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Pond Fall Cover

  • Atlantic Pond & Garden Protector Net Kits

    4.7

    (68 Reviews)

    …From Eating Your Fish * Protect Pond From Falling Debris * 1/2 Mesh Netting Allows For Maximum Visibility Atlantic Pond & Water Garden Protector Net keeps leaves and other windblown debris out of your pond or water garden. This pond and water garden net cover makes an ideal instant line of defense…
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    $86.99 - 98.99
  • Nycon Big Top Pond Covers

    1.0

    (1 Reviews)

    …Predators From Getting To Your Fish * Pond Net Covers Provide Protection From Falling Debris * 1/4 Mesh Netting Allows For Maximum Visibility Nycon Big Top pond protectors keep even the smallest debris from entering your pond. With this premium polyester pond netting the 1/4 durable black mesh…
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    $74.99 - 389.99
  • The Pond Guy AllClear Ecosystem Pond Kit

    5.0

    (1 Reviews)

    …and are not planning a large waterfall or stream. • You plan on having a larger than normal fish population in relationship to your pond's size. • Your pond will receive full sun exposure and where falling leaves are not a concern or your plan to cover your pond during the fall months.
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    $639.99 - 1099.99
  • …predator problem most pond owners will remove pond netting in the summer. This allows you to enjoy the view unobstructed and to have easy access to the pond for fish feeding and maintenance. * Fall - This is prime pond cover net season. When the leaves start changing color pond owners know that they…
    …want to plan on covering your pond in the fall months or consider a kit that includes a skimmer box. The Pond Guy RapidFlo Ecosystem Pond Kit A perfect option if you want to mask nearby noise with the sound of falling water over a large waterfall or stream. The RapidFlo Ecosystem Pond Kits feature…
    …nearby ponds lakes and streams into your pond. It is inevitable that over time outside fish will find a way to make your pond a place of their own. You will also want to fish or trap to confirm larger prey fish are not already in the pond before stocking. When to Stock a Pond Spring or fall is the…
    …to your pond check out our article for overwintering your fish indoors. Prep Before the ice forms So you've decided to winter your fish over in your pond following these steps will help ensure your fish get that life-sustaining oxygen they will need. * Remove debris from the pond. In the fall before…
    …your bucket with pond water and pour it onto the exposed ice sheet. If you're using a hose siphon the water and distribute it evenly on the surface. Repeat until you've evenly covered the area with water. * Step 7: Freeze and repeat Let the pond ice freeze overnight. Return to the pond the next day…
    …material accumulate in a pond. Cleaning your pond in the spring is a great step toward preventing algae blooms in ponds. Our spring pond care guide will help you through the process step by step. Throughout the season use a pond vacuum to help keep it tidy. In the fall we do not recommend giving…
    …use the ClearVac Pond Vacuum. Keep your pond clean by skimming it regularly and covering it with pond netting during the fall months. Clear Water with Sediment Does your jar have clear water with a layer of sediment on the bottom? If so you have an abundance of organics in the pond and your fish are…
  • Water Snowball Bundle of 5

    3.5

    (2 Reviews)

    …made up of tiny white filaments and bloom profusely summer through fall. The fragrant snowball blossoms are one of the best butterfly-attracting plants for the water garden. Monarch butterflies will cover the plants during their fall migration. A mature Water Snowball plant branches freely and will…
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    $22.00
  • cover your pond equipment and give your feature a finished look. Besides camouflage these rocks offer protection to keep your gear safe. Some fake rocks also have holes predrilled to allow for proper ventilation of your aeration kit. Artificial rocks are not just for ponds either. Use them to cover
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