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  • Microbe-Lift Aquatic Planting Media

    4.9

    (80 Reviews)

    …beneficial 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…
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    $16.79 - 33.59
  • Aquascape Rainwater Harvesting Pondless Waterfall Add-On Kit

    …gravel soil or other heavy material to be set directly on top making it easy to camouflage into the surrounding landscape. As the incoming rainwater rushes in the 22 wide opening it creates a smooth flow of water for a ponldess water feature or at the start of a stream. Installation Tools •Pond
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    $2429.99
  • …a pond that contains more than 25% of its fill capacity for any extended period of time. If your pond is more than 25% full and you want to use a liner you would need to drain the pond before laying the liner or put at least 2' of soil atop the liner. * Pond size – Measuring your pond is…
    …the soil then place the skimmer. Push the tubing through the grommet and into the skimmer. Assemble the check valve assembly on the pump and place it in the skimmer. Attach your check valve to the flexible tubing. Lastly connect an overflow pipe to the back of the skimmer when you build your pond.
    …fall into a dormant state. To winterize hardy plants use your pruning tools to trim off dead foliage just above the soil. If your plants are in pots move the pot to the pond's bottom to protect the roots from freezing temperatures. Tropical water lilies floating plants or other temperature sensitive…
    …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;…
  • De-Coy-ote Decoy

    5.0

    (6 Reviews)

    …Keeps Beaches and Shorelines Clean Flocks of geese can lay waste on your property and ruin years of clean beaches shorelines and pond maintenance. Damaged grass wrecks soil quality. Keep pests away with the De-Coy-ote and let the wind do the work. Sudden movement makes this coyote decoy a successful…
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    $69.95
  • ponds within a certain amount of time after application. They even warn of soil contamination issues that landowners or pond professionals should be aware of. Chemicals that are not approved for aquatic use have none of these warnings because they have not been tested for their effects on the pond
  • Aquascape Waterfall Spillways

    …because they can collapse when adding natural material on the top but not Aquascape. The 12 and 24 Waterfall Spillways are strong enough to allow soil logs rocks and heavy boulders to be placed directly on top for easy concealment. Installation is simple with the included 2 PVC Slip and a 1.5 barbed…
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    $179.99 - 215.99
  • …there is no water in the pond this is the perfect time to check for any plants that look overgrown or need to be divided and repotted. For more information see Plant Maintenance - Season by Season. Check low areas around the pond's edge. Fill in any area that the soil may have washed away and adjust…
    …They will normally hibernate on land where they'll burrow deep into the soil beneath the frost line crawl into cracks and crevices in logs or rocks or dig down as far as they can in leaf litter. If you maintain your pond regularly and have it well-prepped for fall and winter your aquatic frogs…
    …tips to help you check off your to-do list. Divvy in Spring When the ice starts to melt it means that spring is just around the corner. Start the pond season off by thawing your green thumb and dividing your aquatic plants so they have some room to stretch their roots. In general bog plants should…
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