2 03, 2020

Is Duckweed covering your Pond?

2020-03-02T12:30:56-05:00

We have created a check list of considerations and actions to take if duckweed is growing on the surface of your pond:    Duckweed can survive a PH range from 5 to 9 and grows well between 6.5 and 7.5  If the PH is below 7.0 ammonia can be kept [...]

Is Duckweed covering your Pond?2020-03-02T12:30:56-05:00
31 01, 2020

How to Reduce Duckweed Growth

2020-06-24T13:38:26-04:00

Effectively Reducing Duckweed in Your Pond Duckweed (Lamnaceae) are the smallest flowering aquatic plants with a worldwide distribution. Wolffia, Spirodela, and Lemna are three genera in this botanical family. These plants float on the surface of the water as it warms and are mostly all leaf with one or more [...]

How to Reduce Duckweed Growth2020-06-24T13:38:26-04:00
20 05, 2014

How to Plant Water Plants

2014-05-20T05:53:51-04:00

Caring for water plants, also known as aquatic plants, may seem like a daunting task but with a little know how you can be sure to do it right every time.  Whether you have a new water plant or are splitting your favorite water plant, the basics for how to [...]

How to Plant Water Plants2014-05-20T05:53:51-04:00
8 04, 2013

Types of Aquatic Plants

2013-04-08T16:22:10-04:00

Louisiana water iris, white pond plant Water plants provide numerous benefits to a backyard pond water garden.  Water plants or aquatic plants take nutrients out of the water and put oxygen back into the water.  Water plants also soften a pond's edge.  The graceful transition from land to [...]

Types of Aquatic Plants2013-04-08T16:22:10-04:00
29 03, 2013

Caring for Aquatic Plants

2013-03-29T19:37:11-04:00

Pink, night blooming tropical water lily Aquatic plants, also known as water plants, bog plants or macrophytes are a diverse group in aquatic systems.  They include floating species that grow on the surface of the water without rooting to the substrate.  There are emergent species of aquatic plants [...]

Caring for Aquatic Plants2013-03-29T19:37:11-04:00