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Winter Pond Plants

    …which plants are and aren't in your zone. What to Do: * 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…
  • Lemon Bacopa Bundle of 5

    4.7

    (6 Reviews)

    …bog plant or in water as a floating or submerged plant. The Lemon Bacopa is a great aquatic pond plant for providing a place for fish to hide and reproduce. Lemon Bacopa plants are ideal for tucking into crevices along the pond edge bog area or waterfall. Please Note: Each order includes five plants
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    $19.00
  • The Pond Guy Seasonal Defense

    4.9

    (81 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
  • Algae Eating Black Japanese Trapdoor Pond Snails 20 Pack

    4.5

    (182 Reviews)

    …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 minimum. 14-Day Live Goods Guarantee. -->Aquatic Plants Snails & Tadpoles are excluded from free shipping offers and will ship separately from all other items. All Plants Snails…
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    $2.79
  • …on your sidewalk. And while it theoretically could be used to melt pond ice it's most definitely not the right product for the job since many contain additives like chloride which is not fish or plant friendly. Aeration Kit Winter is one many times where aeration kits are a valuable asset for anyone…
    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…
    …debris at the bottom of the pond during winter can be detrimental to fish and overall pond health. Debris left in the water to decay over the winter adds ammonia to the water causing stress to your fish. * Winter - Pond netting should not be used in winter. Remove your pond nets when the last of the…
    Keeping a hole open on the surface of your pond during winter is imperative to your fish's safety. A de-icer maintains an open hole in the ice to allow toxic gases to escape. Finding the correct size de-icer to overwinter your pond is not as difficult as it sounds but every de-icer is different so…
    …when you add new rocks fish or even plants to your pond.How to Get Rid of Leeches in a Pond Due to the nuisance most pond owners want to know how to remove leeches from their pond. Because leeches live in the muck and detritus in shallow areas of your pond or lake it's crucial to keep up with…
    …decided to winter your fish over in your pond following these steps will help ensure your fish get that life-sustaining oxygen they will need. * Remove debris from the pond. In the fall before ice forms give your pond or water feature a good cleaning. Remove debris trim dead leaves off plants net…
    …in aquariums. Welcome Residents Crayfish can make a fun addition 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…
  • CrystalClear Spring & Fall Prep

    4.5

    (6 Reviews)

    …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 when water temperatures drop below 60°F.
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    $24.99 - 39.99
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