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Planning for Water Plants
Water plants can add a lot of drama to your water garden setting. In order to make the most of your investment, here are a few planning and planting tips.
Adding Water Plants to Your Garden
Water plants in your garden pond serve several purposes. They dress up the garden, provide shade for your fish, reduce the production of undesirable algae, and make the water feature look more natural. They can also provide a natural source of food for your fish!
Installing a Fountain the Right Way
No matter what type of fountain you'd like to install, doing it the right way will pay off in the end. Here are some tips for installing three popular types of fountains.
There are several different types of fountains. Which one is right for you? Here are some thoughts that can help you choose the best one.
Fountains come in all sizes and shapes. Whether indoors or outdoors, they help to improve air quality while adding a soothing element to our hectic lives. And they're becoming increasingly popular in both urban and rural environments.
Caring for your UV Filter over Winter
Fitting Your Fish Pond with a UV Filter is one of the smartest things you can do to keep your fish healthy, active, and alive!
Performing a Partial Water Change
Performing a partial water change is absolutely necessary if your water garden contains fish. It's pretty important for maintaining healthy water plants, too!
Preparing Your Water Gardens for Winter
Preparing your water gardens for winter takes only a little bit of work and will pay dividends in the long run. And your fish will love you!
Disguising the Bare Spots
Filling in those ugly bare spots around your water feature is easy when you know the tricks of the trade. You can do it yourself inexpensively in minutes!
Adding Turtles to Your Pond
Once you build your first pond, don't be surprised if you begin looking around for various occupants with which to inhabit it. Fish are a natural choice, but turtles are often a close second. Give some thought before combining the two, though, or you could be surprised at the outcome!
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