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.
Building a pond? Check out the pond kits and all the helpful construction videos on our site.
Ask the PondMeister!
My water is cloudy. What product can I use to fix it?
For clarity issues, Rapid Clear, a flocculent that is 100% safe for fish, plants or wildlife, can be used. This product is a fast acting treatment that can solve cloudy water in just a few hours by physically causing the particulates floating in the water to clump together into larger particles that can be filter out.
There are many other factors that may be the cause to these water clarity issues. Temperature (has the temperature fluctuated in your area lately?), the location of the pond (direct sunlight/shaded) and the surrounding environment (mulch, trees, plant life, etc.).
How should I care for my pond plants and water lilies in the fall?
There may be an increasing numbers of dead or brown leaves this time of year, so prune them off all of your plants. Your lilies – tropical and hardy – should still be going strong, at least until the first heavy frost.
Stop fertilizing when the weather becomes cooler. This lets the plants know the season is coming to an end.
Should I feed my fish in cold weather?
As the evening temperatures begin to fall, this is a good time to transition to cold water fish food.
When the water temperature is around 55 F° (10° C), stop feeding your fish. Continuing to feed them could cause health problems or death for them, since their digestive systems are beginning to slow down for the winter.
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