Supplies for Ponds, Lakes and Water Features
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We specialize in Aquascape Pond Supplies Aquascape pumps, parts, pond kits, pond lights and water treatments 20% below MSRP!
Aquascape Pumps: Choose the right pond pump for pond size and water volume. We offer free shipping and prompt delivery on most models of Aquascape Pumps.
Water Treatment: The new Aquascape Dosing System makes it easy to manage pond water treatments and keep the water clean and clear.
Pond Lights: Choose from our large selection of landscape and pond lights including LED, Halogen, Underwater, Strings, and Spotlights.
Seasonal products include winter and spring fish food, de-icers and pond netting.
Building a pond? Check out the pond kits and all the helpful construction videos on our site.
Ask the PondMeister!
We are experiencing a big surge in pond plant orders this week. It's exciting to think of all the plants finding beautiful homes in your ponds and water features!
Please note that due to the Easter holidays and the unexpected volumes of plant orders received, all plant orders received will ship after April 24.
Read what our friends at Aquascape say about pond plants:
Aquatic plants are a very important step in achieving a truly balanced ecosystem pond. Regardless of why you got into the water gardening hobby, adding aquatic plants to the pond is an important part of the water garden. They provide beauty and naturalization with a huge array of plant choices.
Most importantly, they help balance the pond’s ecosystem and provide valuable biological filtration that removes nitrogen, ammonia, nitrates and other minerals from pond water. These excess nutrients are often the cause of unsightly water conditions. The end result helps to minimize pond maintenance, leaving more time to enjoy your pond. Without aquatic plants, your pond would not be able to function as a complete ecosystem. Aquatic plants can be classified into a few main categories: water lilies, marginal plants, floaters and submerged (also known as oxygenators). Plants can also be put into two basic types known as “tropical” and “hardy.” Hardy plants will over-winter in colder climates and tropical plants are more suited to warmer climates, although tropical plants are often used as annuals in colder climate zones.
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