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Winter Plants For Pond

  • The Pond Guy® Seasonal Defense®

    4.8

    (55 reviews)

    …Water Soluble Packets The Pond Guy Seasonal Defense is formulated for the cooler months of the season and is safe for fish plants pets and pond wildlife. Seasonal Defense accelerates the decomposition of leaves scum and sediment that create pond muck during the fall and winter months. In the spring…
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    $16.99 - 139.99
  • CrystalClear® Spring & Fall Prep

    4.6

    (5 reviews)

    …Prep is formulated for the cooler months of the season to accelerate the decomposition of leaves scum and sediment that create pond muck during the fall and winter months. These easy-to-use water-soluble packets are safe for fish plants pets and wildlife while keeping your pond looking its best even…
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    $19.99 - 31.99
  • …allowing for gas exchange. During the winter we recommend moving the diffuser sticks to half your maximum depth. This will help to reduce ice formation and keep a pocket of warm water for your fish at the bottom of the pond. Got questions on how to know which kit is right for your pond? Check out…
    A long cold winter could mean trouble for your fish. When the ice on your pond finally melts this spring you might discover that your fish and other aquatic life haven't survived the season. These winter fish kills occur when the ice prevents gas exchange and reduces the amount of dissolved oxygen…
    …Hardy Plants: Hardy water lilies submerged plants and other plants geared for your hardiness zone are pretty easy to winterize. Remove the foliage after the first hard frost then gently sink your hardy plants to the deepest part of the pond and they will go dormant until spring. For bog plants bring…
    …will infuse oxygen into the pond and circulate the water column. Adding aeration will not only make a great addition for the summer when your bacteria are active but it will also help keep a hole open in the ice during winter. Even Stevens The best bet for your pond and pocketbook is to stick to…
    …Use Pond Netting Netting is a useful pond tool but can harm plants and fish if not used correctly. Every season has a different use for netting. Here are some tips for keeping your pond net and pond in top shape every season: * Spring - Pond netting can be used in spring to help protect young plants
    …have excessive plant material or large amounts of fish overwintering in the pond it may be necessary to have multiple holes in the ice as the gasses will build up quicker.Sizing Your De-Icer Which de-icer is best for your situation? It will depend on how many gallons your pond holds and if you're…
  • Algae Eating Black Japanese Trapdoor Pond Snails

    4.4

    (144 reviews)

    …and will not take over your pond like other nuisance 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…
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    $2.79
  • …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…
    …to your pond. They nibble on aquatic plants so they help control weed growth. They eat decaying material so they - along with Airmax® MuckAway™ - will help keep pond muck to a minimum. They'll entertain your kids (and their friends) for hours as they turn over rocks and hunt for crayfish.…
    …Back Aquatic Plants As winter approaches plants will naturally 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. For