You can get a huge variety of different fish for garden ponds. However, most people tend to opt for Koi and Goldfish. You will notice that most garden ponds are full of them. Want your pond to stand out? You may want to be a bit more adventurous and choose some slightly more unusual fish. […]
Many British gardens have ponds, they are very popular and can really enhance the overall look of a garden. However, as so many people have ponds it can be difficult to stand out from the crowd. You want your pond to be interesting and unique. Have you ever seen a pond that really stands out? […]
There is something special about having a pond in your garden in the summer. The presence of water in your garden really makes it feel refreshing. Ponds can be a wonderful edition to your garden in any season, but it is not until the summer that you can really make the most of them.
Installing a new pond in your garden can be a difficult challenge, especially if you are new to ponds. There are lots of things to consider and it’s easy to get confused. You need to do a bit of research into which type of pond will be best suited to your needs. You can use […]
Ponds can be found in lots of different places because they add a sense of tranquility and beauty. They can really enhance natural settings and look spectacular in the right environment. You can find them in public places and in lots of back gardens, it’s not surprising why so many people choose to have a […]
Keeping a garden pond in top condition isn’t a walk in the park. It takes time and care to keep a pond healthy and create the best environment for your fish. If the conditions are right and you follow a few simple rules your fish should thrive. If you are new to pond fish then […]
Ponds can be a wonderful addition to your garden in the summer. The sound of fish swimming around and looking at a beautiful pond can be really relaxing. However, there are a few challenges to overcome in the summer months when it comes to keeping your pond looking great and protecting your pond life. No […]
When it comes to caring for your pond fish during the winter there are a number of things you need to check before the weather turns cold. If your pond is less than 20 inches deep, it is at risk of freezing and with it your pond fish.