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Water Garden Shut Down

    …colorful beauties looking their best regularly remove any dead foliage. Lastly don't forget to enjoy your water garden! Bring on the Winter Chill As the temperatures cool and you shut down your pond you will want to give your plants some final attention. If you live in a frost-free zone…
  • The Pond Guy Oxy-Lift Defense Pond Cleaner


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    …streams rocks statues birdbaths and/or anywhere debris occurs. Oxy-Lift Defense reduces pond maintenance routines and can eliminate yearly pond shut down & clean-out. Oxy-Lift Defense reduces time spent scrubbing by quickly lifting debris off of pond liners rocks gravel and waterfalls. Just sprinkle…
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  • …and you shut your filter down for the season. Though things slow down not all the natural processes in your pond come to a complete halt. The organic debris that accumulated during the summer and fall will continue to decompose and as it does gasses will be released into the water column. Moreover…
  • Oase AquaMax Eco Expert

    …Chlorinated Water Patented Optional Seasonal Flow Control (SFC) allows for intelligent and environmentally conscious regulation of flow rate and pumping height based on water temperature for energy savings. Patented frost protection allows the pump to endure any seasonal conditions down to -4…
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    $1402.99 - 2158.99
  • …your water garden you should drain the water down below the skimmer opening and leave water in the bottom of the pond. The reason for this is to help prevent some shifting within the water garden. The ground will shift throughout the winter and if you were to drain the water garden entirely…
    …your fish – in the long run. Before you decide to run or shut down your water garden for winter here are a few points to consider. * Ice Dams: In northern climates with near- or sub-freezing conditions ice can develop and cause water to be redirected out of the pond. Ice also expands taking up…
    …you shut yours down each night you could be affecting your pond's water quality and your fishes' wellness and that could cost you even more in the long run. Check out these top four reasons why you should keep your pump pumping: * Efficiency: Pond pump manufacturers understand that water gardeners
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