Archive for the Ponds Category

Spring muck management

Spring muck management

Ah, spring. It’s the time when ponds come back to life. And might be filled with all sorts of gross gunk. Say what? The transition from winter into spring and summer can be complex. Sort of like puberty, your pond is figuring things out as it moves

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Fish that thrive in KC

Fish that thrive in KC

Fish can add an exciting dimension to your pond. But much like plants, not all fish do well in all kinds of weather. It’s important to find aquatic life that will thrive in your climate. In Kansas City, we’ve found several species of fish that flourish. Here

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Pond edging ideas

Pond edging ideas

It’s easy to focus on the water of a water feature. But it’s the stuff that goes around the water that makes a pond or waterfall special. Some folks figure they can throw some rocks around a pond and call it good. But at Good Earth Water

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How to net your pond

How to net your pond

Our weather is cooling off and trees are starting to lose their leaves. That means leaves in yards, gutters … and ponds. Netting is an easy way to keep leaves and other debris out of your pond. A little work now makes cleaning up your pond later

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5 Fall pond maintenance tips

5 Fall pond maintenance tips

When temperatures drop, it’s time to rethink your pond maintenance. The steps you’ve taken to keep your water feature in tip-top shape all summer now need to change. Get your pond ready for fall Follow these five easy tips to make the most of your pond’s autumn

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Pond party with a purpose

Pond party with a purpose

“It’s Pondemonium time, baby!” Greg Wittstock, aka The Pond Guy, greeted us with these awesome words. Every August, pond professionals and enthusiasts from all over the world travel to St. Charles, Illinois. Pondemonium is one of the largest water garden industry events on the planet. The Good

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