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Spring Pond Maintenance Made Simple

Spring Pond Maintenance Made Simple Spring is here and it’s time to start thinking about preparing the pond for warmer weather. The maintenance you do right now will make a big difference in the way your pond looks in May and June. Remove leaves and debris from ponds. The winter

Pond Must-Haves

POND MUST-HAVE ITEMS Below is our list of must-haves to get your pond ready and in tip-top shape for the year. Bacteria Beneficial pond bacteria are responsible for maintaining crystal clear healthy water; break down organic waste – in the form of sludge, and breaks down ammonia – fro

Beneficial Insects

BENEFICIAL INSECTS Looking for an Eco-friendly way to get rid of bad bugs or a way to help pollinate your veggie gardens and fruit trees? Check out these critters… [spacer height="20px"]  MASON BEES Mason bees are a type of native bee that’s quite common throughout most of the U

2019 March Newsletter

Welcome to March’s Newsletter February was a brutal month with the #Snowpocalypse taking place and now we are extra eager for spring and every sunshine-y day leading up to it. The first day of spring is March 20th. Let the countdown begin! It’s that time of year! We are cu

2019 February Newsletter

Welcome to February’s Newsletter [spacer height="20px"] Is anyone else feeling inspired and eager for spring? We sure are. We’ve decided to structure February’s Newsletter a little differently, hoping it will inspire you to pursue gardening and pond-related hobbies a

2018 April Newsletter

Welcome to April’s Newsletter Anybody else welcoming spring with open arms?! The sunshine has been much appreciated and has us so excited for this season of growth and colorful blooms in the gardens. It’s time to get your ponds ready for the season and sign up for pond cle
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2016 April Newsletter

Welcome to April’s Newsletter How awesome is it that Spring is here! With that though it means it’s time to get your ponds ready for the season and or signed up for pond cleanings. As it stands our pond temperature is reading above 50 degrees Fahrenheit so those with fish

Newsletter April 2015

Welcome Can you believe Spring is here! Are you ready for it? In April’s Newsletter we’ll be going over on How To get your your garden and or water feature ready for the warmer weather. Want to know what plants will look good in your garden right now? Then check out the Co

Newsletter March 2015

Welcome Spring is right around the corner! Are you ready? If not read on to find out some tips and advice we have to get your garden and pond in the right direction. In this newsletter we will be discussing if you should feed your fish, new products for sale in our gift shop, pond cle