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Top Blog Posts for Ponds & Lakes
Q: We always have snakes around my pond, except in winter. Where do they go?
Q: I have a lot of leaves blowing into my pond. Will the bacteria still work this time of year?
Q: I know herons are a common pond problem, but I think I have a raccoon. Will it eat my fish?
Q: My son wanted to know if crayfish can live in our pond. I think they can, right?
Q: We just bought a house with a half-acre pond. Where do we start?
Top Blog Posts for Water Gardens
Q: Someone told me I need to do the Jar Test. What is that?
Q: What do you really mean when you say fish are “dormant” for the winter? Do they actually sleep?
Q: My water lilies have lots of leaves but no flowers. What’s wrong?
Q: We’ve decided to shut down the pond this winter. Do we just take out the pump and filter?
Q: Is it OK to continue feeding my fish summer food and just feed them less of it?
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