Quick snaps of temperatures can lead to an unexpected pond freeze. Here are a few steps to keep you prepared and know what to do if this happens to your pond or water feature. Read more What to do in a Pond Freeze
If you have a fish in your pond, moving into the winter season can be a concern. You want to make sure you are taking the best care of your fish through this season. Luckily taking care of your fish during this time can be simpler than you may think. Read more How to Care for Pond Fish in Winter
As temperatures begin to decline, it is time to begin thinking about adjusting your fish feeding schedule. As water temperatures cool, pond fish naturally adapt with the changing temperatures. Their digestive systems are simple in structure, so it is best to adjust diets for them to help avoid sicknesses from over eating. This water temperature guide is designed to help you determine the best care for your fish in the upcoming months. If you do not have a way of determining water temperature, consider a floating pond thermometer. Read more Feeding Your Fish as Temperatures Decline
The importance of balanced fish food is a high priority to any pond owner with fish. Fish food contains a variety of ingredients that that have been combined with purpose of helping different aspects of your fish thrive. Below are charts to show what ingredients are in the pond boss® naturals Color Enhancing Fish Food and the pond boss® naturals Staple Fish Sticks respectively. Read more What Is Your Fish Eating?
Adding fish to your pond can bring an added level of enjoyment from your pond. Fish bring beauty and excitement to what is already a focal point of your yard. Fish like any other pet bring some added responsibility, and here are our top 5 things to consider when considering adding fish to your pond. Read more 5 Things to Consider When Adding Fish to Your Pond
To many gardeners, a pond is just not a pond without at least a few fish. And yet, others hesitate to stock their pond with live fish due to concern over the amount of care they will need. If you choose the right species, though, fish do not need to be a burden, and can actually help keep your backyard pond healthy and free of annoying insects. Browse through our five favorite species to keep in DIY fish ponds, and see if there are any that you might want to add to your water garden! Read more Top 5 Fish to Keep in Your Backyard Pond