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Snails For Ponds

  • Algae Eating Black Japanese Trapdoor Pond Snails

    4.5

    (149 Reviews)

    …egg-bearing snails can and will. In order for your algae eating snails to have a positive effect on algae growth a minimum of 20 snails per 100 sq feet will be needed and farm ponds will need to have at least 200 pond snails to have any positive effect at all. Please Note: There is a 20 snail
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    $2.79
  • …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 larger feature you will need at least 200 snails to have any effect at all. These snails naturally…
  • The Pond Guy Aqua Gloves

    4.8

    (18 Reviews)

    …length The Pond Guy Aqua Gloves provide excellent protection while cleaning even the deeper areas of your water garden. These one-size-fits-most garden pond muck gloves are great for protecting your hands and nails from unsightly pond muck stains. Make sure Aqua Gloves are part of your garden pond
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    $14.99
  • …weather conditions. If your pond is not quite deep enough to beat out the ice then an indoor home for the winter is 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…
    …roots stems and buds as well as frogs snails and fish. Besides eating cattails and other marginal aquatic plants muskrats also use their honed teeth to cut down the plants and use them as building materials for their dome-shaped lodges located on stream or pond banks. Muskrat houses are smaller than…
  • Floating Plant Oasis

    5.0

    (1 Reviews)

    …that 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…
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    $29.99
  • Summit Barley Straw Planters

    3.7

    (11 Reviews)

    * Provides The Benefit Of Barley Straw * Floating Showcase For Aquatic Plants * Protects Plant From Your Fish Summit Barley Straw Planters improve your water quality and act as a natural filter. These barley straw planters also keep pond water clean and clear plus treat for up to 6 months.
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    $14.99 - 24.99
  • Microbe-Lift Aquatic Planting Media

    4.8

    (52 Reviews)

    …retain water keeping the bog moist but not waterlogged. Microbe-Lift Aquatic Planting Media Will not break-down float or cloud pond water. Microbe-Lift Aquatic Planting Media contains no algae-promoting nutrients fertilizers compost peat or harmful pesticides and is safe for use in ponds with fish.
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    $14.36 - 27.96
  • Plant Socks

    4.0

    (6 Reviews)

    …Sizes For Your Planting Needs Create a more natural look by contouring 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
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    $12.99 - 15.99
  • Round Floating Plant Island

    …floating ring to 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…
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    $29.99 - 34.99
  • …create a prefect habitat for your aquatic life above and below the waterline offering food and shelter. Fish and snails can hang out around the leaves and stems while frogs hunt for bugs or hide in the shade. The leaves stems and root systems of underwater plants give your pond life safe places to…
    …and the stalks were used to make fiber and adhesive. * Grocery Store: An integral part of the pond ecosystem's food chain cattails' leaves shoots and roots make a tasty buffet for muskrat geese and snails while the plant's underwater stalks feed fish frogs and turtles. Humans can eat cattails too.…