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Pond Tolerant

  • Water Willow Bundle of 2


    (1 Reviews)

    * Grows up to 3 Feet Tall * Excellent Edging Pond Plant * Flowing Water Tolerant Water Willow ideally grows beautifully in shallow flowing streams. The plant gets its name from the long thin leaves that mimic those of a willow tree. Five petaled orchid-like bicolored flowers grow in dense spike-like…
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  • Red Iris

    …green leaves. This hardy bog plant does well in standing water and thrives in full sun but can tolerate partial shade. The Red Iris can reach up to 18 tall and blooms 2-3 flowers from May to June. Pond owners love this iris because of its ability to attract hummingbirds while being deer resistant.…
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  • …water and disperse the pond salt evenly around the edge of your pond. Salt will not evaporate or get filtered out so the only time you need to add more salt is when you change out your water.Using Salt in Koi Ponds with Plants Higher salt concentrations can be tolerated by fish than aquatic plants…
    …will not need a pond heater to warm the water. Most pond fish including koi and goldfish will overwinter in your pond as long as the depth is at least 18. Koi & goldfish go into a torpor or hibernation: their metabolism slows they stop eating and they are able to tolerate cooler water—even…
    …are a few points to consider when selecting plants for your pond. * Keep it Covered: Covering your pond's surface area with 40-60% plants will help to reduce excess nutrients control algae blooms and provide cover for your fish. For ponds up to 50 square feet we recommend 6-12 floating plants 2 bog…
  • Joey Tomocik Hardy Water Lily


    (1 Reviews)

    …& Ponds This shade tolerant hardy water lily is hard to beat with it's bright yellow lemon scented blooms which stay open late into the day. With blooms standing 3 to 6 inches above the water and lightly dappled lily pads the Joey Tomocik Yellow Hardy Water Lily is perfect for water gardens or ponds
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  • Small Grower's Choice Water Lily


    (4 Reviews)

    * Increase Shade Across Pond Surface * Added Filtration * Grower's Pick The Pond Guy Small Grower's Choice Hardy Water Lily is a great option for small ponds or container gardens. The perennial tolerates both shade and cold weather climates zones 3 to 11. We offer a variety of colors and will pick…
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  • Atlantic TidalWave3 TT-Series Pumps


    (4 Reviews)

    * Ultra−High Efficiency Asynchronous Pump * Compact to fit the Tightest Spaces * Clog Resistent & Hard Water Tolerant Atlantic's all new TidalWave3 Asynchronous Pumps are the next generation of ultra-high efficiency asynchronous pumps with more water moved per watt than ever before! This…
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    $191.99 - 616.99
  • Water Poppy Bundle of 2


    (16 Reviews)

    …1 to 3 across and are quick to spread in your pond. Once water temperatures reach 70-75°F it will begin blooming and will continue to bloom into the fall until the first frost. These pond plants for sale prefer full sun although they will tolerate shade. Water Poppy can be left floating but will…
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  • …long and have dark green to olive body with a silvery white belly. They prefer quiet weedy waters and are fairly tolerant of pollution turbidity and low oxygen levels. They can tolerate temperatures as high as 104 degrees F - which is unusually high for a North American minnow - and they nosh on…
    …your pond or in shallow areas. There is a lot of variety in the color size and shape of these plants so they are sure to attract everyone's attention. Bog plants are perennial so you will be seeing them year after year depending on your zone. * Water Lilies: Available in hardy cold weather tolerant
    …cold-weather tolerant making them a perfect addition to most water gardens. A Population of… In order for these snails to have a positive effect on your water garden we recommend a group – or escargatoire – of at least 10 snails per 50 square feet of pond. For a farm pond or…
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