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Winterizing Water Garden

    …with aeration kits and de-icers which provide aeration ventilation and circulation throughout the winter months. Here is a step-by-step approach on how to prepare your water garden for the winter. Now let's get started: Tools to Get Started Here are some items to get you started: To Keep You Dry:…
    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 more space in the pond and making it difficult to see changes in your water
    …Kit Winter is one many times where an 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 moves the water allowing for gas exchange. During the winter we recommend…
    …of water you will likely be looking for a replacement pump if your reservoir dries up. To keep your feature functioning properly occasionally check the water level or install an auto fill valve. Simply connect this kit to any garden hose or ½ irrigation line and it will replace any water lost…
  • Microbe-Lift® Autumn & Winter Prep

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    …bacteria are the key to accelerating the breakdown of leaves organic sediment and sludge all winter long. The cold weather bacteria and liquid bacteria take care of the initial breakdown by-products. Microbe-Lift Autumn & Winter Prep will get your pond water clean and clear for spring!
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  • …organics in your water garden. Nature's Defense® Think of the bacteria in Nature's Defense as your top-down approach. Nature's Defense attacks organic debris suspended in the water column like fish waste uneaten food and leaves that cause murky water. Upon entering the water the packet will…
    Water: Aquatic frogs will spend a good portion of the winter just lying on top of the mud or only partially buried but they typically hibernate underwater. They need to be near oxygen-rich water at all times and you can provide that with an aeration system like the KoiAir™ Water Garden
    …into your pond. * Limitations of Water Features – Most water gardens rely solely on waterfalls fountains or spitters to circulate and aerate the water. These units can be effective; however they are only adding oxygen to the top portions of the water. This leaves many areas of the pond…
  • Aqua Ultraviolet Winterization Cap - EZ Twist

    Winterization Cap for Aqua Ultraviolet Classic Series UV Clarifier. Use the Winterization Cap to protect your UV clarifier from freezing temperatures. If you are going to continually run water through your unit where it will be exposed to freezing temperatures: Use the Winterization Cap on the unit…
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    $16.80
  • Beneficial bacteria are instrumental in keeping a water garden clean and balanced. Beneficial bacteria like those found in The Pond Guy® Nature's Defense® Muck Defense® and Seasonal Defense® live their life noshing on the excess nutrients in your pond converting it into a harmless…
    …* Tropical Bulbs: Lilies canna and other plants with bulbs or tubers that prefer temperatures above your climate should take a winter vacation from your water garden. These plants can either become dormant or you can try your hand at growing them indoors. * Tropical Bog Plants: The Yellow Snowflake…
    …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…