Every pond needs life to really make it come alive; otherwise, it is just a stagnant body of water. You can add aesthetic touches to your pond so that it remains dynamic. Many pond owners love to have different types of aquatic plant grow in their pond, but are not sure on which are best. If you can’t make up your mind, or you don’t necessarily want to deal with live lilies, consider manufactured options. pond boss® has all the decorative products you’re looking for that add realistic decorative touches to your pond.
Floating Lily Pad Variety Pack:
You’re looking for a type of lily to place in your pond but can’t decide? The Floating Lily Pads are realistic and fish friendly, so you don’t have to worry about your fish getting harmed by this water product. It includes three pads that float on your pond’s surface and will make your pond look pretty.
Solar Floating Lily Pad Fountain Kit
If your pond needs aeration, this is an eco-conscious approach to giving extra aeration for your pond. It is easy to install and uses solar energy to pump the water. Extremely efficient, this is a great feature to add to your pond and looks visually appealing as it’s shaped like a lily pad.
These beautiful manmade products add an element of nature to your pond. Even if you live in a city and don’t have the opportunity to get frogs to your water garden or have the time to maintain flowers like different types of water lilies, these aesthetically pleasing decorative items are a great addition to your pond décor or even a fountain.
There are many different types of lilies to choose from if you are planning to introduce that plant species to your pond, as it is a favorite amongst pond owners. However, if you do not know the difference between tropical and hardy water lilies, you could be in for a problem as each variety needs its own special care and maintenance.
What type of lily you select for your pond also greatly depends on the size and depth of your pond. Water lilies require ample space, especially if you opt for the larger varieties. The smaller types can be accommodated in any pond size. Plant one lily to create the most visual impact as too many may spoil the visual attraction and may make your pond seem too crowded.