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05/10/2017

Blanketweed

How can I get rid of my Blanketweed?

05/10/2017

Fish

How many fish can I have in my pond?

05/10/2017

Pumps

What is a filter pump?

05/10/2017

Plants

What is an oxygenator plant?

05/10/2017

UVC's

What is an ultraviolet clarifier?

05/10/2017

Chlorine

How can I remove chlorine from my pond?

05/10/2017

Water Features

Should I have a water feature in my pond?

05/10/2017

Pest Deterrents

How can I stop a heron taking my fish?

05/10/2017

Electrics

Why does my product not have a plug?

05/10/2017

Skimmers

What is a pond skimmer?

05/10/2017

Pond Lighting

What type of lighting should I use for my pond?

05/10/2017

Filtration

What are the different types of filtration?

04/10/2017

General Pond

How do I calculate the volume of my pond?

04/10/2017

Conversions

How do I convert feet to metres?

04/10/2017

Underlay

What types of underlay do you supply?

04/10/2017

Pond Liners

Do I need a pond liner?

19/09/2017

2017 Customer Top Tips Round Up

This season we have served a multitude of customers in our shop. Some have travelled miles from opposite sides of the UK, others have called in on their way to Scotland and Northumberland for holidays, while our friendly locals have continued to visit us. One of the most interesting parts of serving in the shop is hearing the fascinating tips that customers have picked up and developed over their years of pond keeping.

18/09/2017

Duck Weed: Friend or Foe?

If you have experienced Duckweed in your pond then you may feel quite passionately about how much of a nuisance it can become over time. Once introduced it becomes very tricky to remove, so if you have experienced it once then you are probably still experiencing it! We regularly meet pond keepers desperate to rid their ponds of the tiny green plants, but from time to time we also meet individuals that want to introduce it to their pond environment.

09/09/2017

Six DIY Water Features

If you’re feeling creative then these six DIY water feature ideas may ignite your imagination into dreaming up your own one of a kind water feature. You'll find a handy suggestion of products towards the end of the post to help your designs become reality.

05/09/2017

The Quality of Your Pond Water

The water in your pond is going through a series of biological transformations constantly. In fact you could almost think of it as living. Understandably maintaining a decent quality of water is therefore an ongoing task, not only is it beneficial to the appearance of your pond but essential to the health of your fish.

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