Pond plants are a wonderful way to bring your pond to life. They encourage wildlife, inspire relaxation, and provide a beautiful focal point that all will enjoy. From oxygenating pond plants that help to maintain your pond’s environment to floating pond plants and plants that decorate pond edges, there’s an array of pond plant types out there. However, are pond plants necessary? How many pond plants do you need? And, how do you plant them? At Pond Planet, we’ve put together the ultimate guide on how to plant pond plants.... Read More
Pond Planet Direct are proud to be registered as an Laguna Elite Dealer. Laguna is dedicated to innovative product development and customer satisfaction. Their extensive product range and superior quality reflects a commitment to anticipating and fulfilling the needs of pond enthusiasts. Part of the Laguna product range includes the Laguna Clear Flo-Kits. These pump and filter kits are made up of an ideal combination of a Laguna Max-Flo pond pump and a Laguna Pressure-Flo pond filter.
Pond Planet York and Pond Planet Direct have continued to grow and thrive this year despite the poor economic outlook and even worse weather conditions, achieving our best year yet!! Looking to the future we will be working hard with leading suppliers to bring you the leading pond equipment at even more amazing prices! You can see all our current products from the likes of Oase, Laguna, Blagdon and Lotus on our website. As well as a huge range of pond equipment we have a complete range of Pond Treatments and Fish Food from... Read More
Here at Pond Planet we know how vital oxygen is to all aquatic inhabitants whether they are Koi, goldfish, tropical / marine fish or bacteria. Fish, plants, decaying matter and other aquatic inhabitants all consume this vital source of life. Aquatic plants produce oxygen as a by-product of photosynthesis. The rate of photosynthesis is dependent upon light levels which means the amount of oxygen in a pond fluctuates daily. Oxygen levels are usually at their highest at midday and lowest just before sunrise. Oxygen depletion in a pond is the result of demand... Read More