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How To Remove Blanket Weed

  Blanket weed is a major problem in ponds, not only does it look unappealing but it can also overwhelm plants and pond life you may have in your garden. Not only this but it can also be a sign of imbalance in your pond, so eliminating it before it takes hold is essential. Any keen aquatic enthusiast knows how Read Full Article >

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How To Remove Blanket Weed

  Blanket weed is a major problem in ponds, not only does it look unappealing but it can also overwhelm plants and pond life you may have in your garden. Not only this but it can also be a sign of imbalance in your pond, so eliminating it before it takes hold is essential. Any keen aquatic enthusiast knows how Read Full Article >

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How Often Should You Clean Your Tank?

  Cleaning an aquarium or fish tank should be a simple and straightforward task, which generally shouldn’t take too long to do. The more you look after your tank on a daily basis, the less cleaning you’ll have to do in the long run. Not only this but you’ll find that your fish will be healthier and happier! If you’re a Read Full Article >

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Garden Pond FAQ

We get many questions sent to us regarding both pond construction and water quality, so we’ve put a selection of the most frequently asked questions into a single post to help you find the information you’re looking for and become a pond keeping expert. Don’t forget, if you can’t find the answer to your question here, you can send us Read Full Article >

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Planning A Garden Pond Step By Step

  If you’re considering adding a pond to your garden then it is vital you get the basics in hand before you buy your materials. There are a few factors that may help you determine the overall look and design of your garden pond in the first initial planning stages. From the pond position to the size, shape, depth and Read Full Article >

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Pond Care In Winter

Should I Feed My Fish In The Winter? | What If My Pond Freezes? | Preparing Your Plants For Winter | Do I Leave My Pump Running In Winter? | Summary Following the cleanup of the autumn leaves that can wreak havoc in garden ponds, pond owners should immediately turn their attention to protecting their livestock, pumps and filters during Read Full Article >

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Autumn & Winter Pond Feeding

With pond temperatures dropping, now is the time to think about switching to a Wheatgerm Fish Food. Wheatgerm Food is easier for your pond fish to digest and much lower in protein than that of summer Growth Foods. Wheatgerm food is used to help build up fishes metabolism in the Spring and gradually help slow it down in the Autumn before the Read Full Article >

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How To Hide A Pond Filter

A pond filter can be hidden using several techniques, but we’d always recommend disguising your pond filter using an artificial rock cover to allow for easy access to the filter when maintenance is necessary – without compromising on the natural appearance of your pond. Whilst a pond filter plays one of the most important roles in keeping your pond clean and Read Full Article >

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Be Prepared This Spring

Spring will soon be here! There are a few maintenance jobs you should do in preparation to get your pond ready for the forthcoming better weather: Check List Visually check that all pond fish look healthy with no visible marks or sores. Use an appropriate Pond Treatment if required. Check for any potential equipment damage that could have happened during the cold weather. Ice Read Full Article >

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Welcome To Our New Site!

We are very pleased to announce the launch of our brand new eCommerce site, and also our new guides section, which will be updated regularly by our pond experts with help and advice on keeping your pond in optimum health. We’ll also be announcing news and special offers – so check back regularly. Our new site has been developed with Read Full Article >

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Pond Fish Food

We all feed our Goldfish and Koi a fish food….. But what makes the difference between a good fish food and a bad one? This article identifies Pond Fish Food ingredients and what each aspect of the food promotes in your fish. Proteins Proteins are constructed of amino acids. Amino acids benefit the recovery of damaged tissue, a good growth and the production Read Full Article >

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