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pond weed

What To Do With Weeds

No matter how big or small your garden or your pond is, weeding is probably the activity you do most often. It can be somewhat satisfying to pull up these intruders. Essentially, weeds are the healing remedy of nature for locations with no plants. Wondering what to do with weeds around your pond? Here are […]

Top Reasons Your Water Plants are Dying

Caring for a pond can be a great way to spend your time. After you put your pond together, you may want to watch the variety of pond plants thrive. It can be frustrating if your plants don’t grow and flourish properly. It becomes even less of a joy when you see your plants begin […]

pond predators

Typical Pond Predators – An Overview

Are your fish disappearing? No, it’s not your imagination. There is a good chance that you have a predator or two paying a regular visit to your pond. Typical pond predators are an aspect of water gardens that owners have the least amount of control of. When you manage a pond, it is a good […]

leeches in your pond

Leeches in Your Pond – What To Do About it

It goes without saying that leeches are not for the faint of heart, to say the least. These tiny segmented worms are bloodsuckers and are actually a relative of earthworms. They use their cup-like, suction mouths and teeth to latch on to invertebrate and vertebrate animals, to feed on their blood. Most leeches thrive in […]

frogs in your pond

Too Many Frogs in My Pond, What Can I do?

When it comes to ponds and gardens, frogs are considered beneficial. The reason for this is because they consume insects that can be damaging to plants. At the same time, it is also possible for frogs to overtake ponds, making too much annoying noise and overpopulating. Frogs are attracted to ponds for breeding and feeding […]

pond aeration

Do I need to aerate my pond in the summer?

Once the colder months begin to give way to summer, you might be wondering how you and your pond are going to deal with the scorching heat. During the summer months, the need for pond aeration is greater than at any other season of the year. Although most owners of ponds know this, not many […]

summer pond preparation

Is your Pond Prepared for the Summer Months?

Have you prepared your pond for the months of summer? Depending on what you are using your pond for, you will need to prepare for the summer months. Koi Pond Dedicated Koi ponds will need pump servicing and filter maintenance now that summer has arrived. Check UV bulbs, filters, foams, and impellers. Remember that for […]

outdoor pond

7 Deadly Pond Maintenance Mistakes

Building a garden pond can turn a regular, average-looking backyard into a gorgeous oasis of water. Imagine listening to the soothing trickle of a mini-waterfall or a fountain as a school of koi dart in and out of view. When you add in the flow of water to your garden pond, this automatically becomes more […]

How to prevent your water plants from dying

How to Prevent your Water Plants from Dying

Are your water plants dying? With their vibrant green hues and lush foliage, water plants become a truly attractive feature to any pond. Plus, aside from being aesthetically nice to look at, water plants help your pond establish a good ecosystem. They absorb nitrates and carbon dioxide while producing oxygen. This helps to keep your […]

brown pond

What to do when you have brown pond water

A crisp and clear garden pond is a wonderful aesthetic addition to any home. Unfortunately, the maintenance of this pond can be a daunting task. One such problem that many homeowners or gardeners face is their pond turning brown. This kind of brown can be best described as murky or tea-like. Finding the Cause To […]