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Winterize Plants

    …to help you prepare your plants for the winter ahead. Know your Zone: Like terrestrial plants aquatic plants are sensitive to varying temperatures. The Hardiness Zone Map is based on the average minimum winter temperature and is the basis for determining which plants will thrive in a particular…
  • 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
  • The Pond Guy Seasonal Defense

    4.9

    (81 Reviews)

    …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 Seasonal Defense replenishes winter bacteria loss jump-starts your biological…
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    $16.99 - 139.99
  • …or plant friendly. Aeration Kit Winter is one many times where aeration kits are a valuable asset for anyone with a water garden. Aeration kits infuse oxygen by releasing tiny air bubbles from air stones or diffuser sticks which move the water allowing for gas exchange. During the winter we…
    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…
    …freeze like your basement. Step 4 - Trim 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…
  • Algae Eating Black Japanese Trapdoor Pond Snails 20 Pack

    4.5

    (182 Reviews)

    …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 & Tadpoles have a flat rate shipping charge of $9.95 and will be shipped according…
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    $2.79
  • Lemon Bacopa Bundle of 5

    4.7

    (6 Reviews)

    …To winter over in colder climates simply take some cuttings before the first frost in your area and place in water in a bright sunny window indoors. Lemon Bacopa plants will thrive in a wide range of growing conditions from moist soil as a bog plant or in water as a floating or submerged plant. The…
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    $19.00
  • …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…
    …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…
    …As tadpoles they live exclusively in the water and nibble on aquatic plants for nourishment. At first their bodies are long and narrow and include a tail where they store fat when food is in short supply during the winter months. But after about one year the tadpoles will start to grow legs.…
    …live in rivers brooks ponds and even special crayfish farms across the country. Most types prefer fresh flowing water that doesn't freeze in the winter but some thrive in swamps and ditches. During the day crayfish hunker down underneath rocks to hide from predators like fish birds and alligators.…
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