Pond Supplies

Getting good pond supplies and knowing what you need can be a tough thing to understand when you're first starting out.

This page is a combination review/info page to give you what I believe to be are the things you really need to know when setting up your pond.

Please use the form at the bottom to ask about these and I'll do my best to give you honest answers.

Pond Liner

water lily An evaluation of the different materials you can use for your pod liner

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Pond Liners for Fish

water lily Pond liners for fish are different in one major way than other liners

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Plastic Ponds

water lily Plastic ponds are quick, easy and inexpensive but there's always a catch...

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Water Garden Containers

water lily I use the biggest nursery tubs I can find

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Pond Vacuum

water lily Easier than vacuuming the house, here's one kind of tool for cleaning the pond bottom

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Pond Lights

water lily How to pick the right size transformer to power your pond lights

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Pond Lighting Design

water lily The two spots you need to install pond lighting for maximum effect

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Pond Heater

water lily Use these for keeping a small hole in the ice in shallow ponds

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Wall Fountains

water lily A few things to consider before tacking one up on the back of the house

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Pond Aerators

water lily These are a good bit of equipment to consider if you're carrying a lot of fish in your pond.

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Pond Kit

water lily Here are a few things to consider when thinking about purchasing a pond kit

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Preformed Pond liner

water lily These preformed pond liners can save you time and effort if you can find one you like (and if you get it level when you install it)

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Fish Pond Aerator

water lily A virtual landscaping and free garden design software package for those with a technical bent. Not for computer beginners I'm afraid as this is very powerful software.

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Snakes in the Pond  Not rated yet
I have a beautiful 1200 gal. water garden complete with lots of stonework, plants, and fish. My problem is that a (some?) 3-4 ft. brown water snake has ...