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    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 water
    …bog plants should be divided every one to two years; water lilies and lotus are usually divided every two to three years. Below is a simplified how-to guide so grab your pruning tools gloves extra planting bags planting media and garden hose and let's get to work! Bog Plants Bog plants include…
  • The Pond Guy Pond Shade

    4.9

    (40 Reviews)

    * Protect & Shade Your Pond * Powerful Liquid Color * Safe For Fish Plants & Pets Safely shade your pond water with The Pond Guy Black Pearl or Blue Sapphire. Both shades provide the same UV protection so you can choose the color that suits your landscape. The Pond Guy Pond Shade is a powerful…
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    $13.99
  • API Ammonia Test Kit

    4.0

    (1 Reviews)

    …caused from having a lack of nitrifying bacteria growth (new ponds) or from having too many fish overfeeding fish other fish excrete and decaying plant matter. Low traces of ammonia can be very toxic to your fish. The pond Ammonia Test Kit measures ammonia levels from 0 - 8ppm and contains enough…
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    $12.99
  • …PondAir will do the trick. Subsurface aeration works from the bottom up circulating water and increasing dissolved oxygen levels. When the sun goes down fish and plants both use dissolved oxygen in your pond water. By providing subsurface aeration oxygen levels stay high all day and night. Aeration…
  • Round Floating Plant Island

    5.0

    (2 Reviews)

    plants from grazing pond fish. The floating plant island has a self-watering design that helps keep the water clean. Durable porous material covers the basket and styrofoam floating ring to keep pond soil contained while providing plants with enough water. Each island can be placed on the water
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    $29.99
  • …season. Plants are also great options to help camouflage elements in your pond such as waterfall boxes. Types of Aquatic Plants A good mix of aquatic plants does more than beautify your water garden. The marginal floating and submerged plants also absorb excess nutrients in the water and shade the…
    …controlled amounts this type of algae in your water garden can beneficial as it is the start of the pond food chain. This type of tiny algae feeds fish and help to shade the pond's bottom – helping to prevent subsurface nuisance plants from growing. In uncontrolled amounts however planktonic…
    Water Garden Decorated with spitters plants lighting and other outdoor decor water gardens these ponds have become a popular addition to backyards. They can contain all types of fish with goldfish and koi being the most popular. Water gardens are typically less than 2 ft. in depth and contain plant
    …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…
    …your backyard dcor. * Floating Plants: Floating aquatic plants like water lilies and water hyacinth create scads of underwater shade for your finned pals. Simply plant lilies in baskets or plant bags and place them in strategic spots around your pond or toss in water hyacinth to create a floating…
  • Aquashade - 1 Gallon

    4.9

    (34 Reviews)

    plant and algae growth. This aqua blue pond dye creates shading that inhibits photosynthesis in young bottom growth and may prevent development altogether if the pond color is maintained throughout the early season. Aquashade; is primarily effective in water deeper than two feet floating plants such…
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    $54.99
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