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How to winterize a fountain

How to winterize a fountain

Cold weather is just around the corner. Make sure your fountain is ready! Fountains in Kansas City We’ve been having milder winters in KC. So, it can be easy to overlook the possibility of winterizing water features. In some cases, you can let your fountain run all

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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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A pond for an aquarium enthusiast

A pond for an aquarium enthusiast

Fish aren’t just for indoor aquariums. Good Earth Water Gardens recently worked with an aquarium enthusiast who decided to take his passion outside. We created an outdoor fish pond and the results were stunning. Pond concerns and wish lists Our client had been thinking about building a

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How to keep pond maintenance at a minimum

How to keep pond maintenance at a minimum

When your pond is designed and constructed right, it shouldn’t need much upkeep. How much is “not much?” For an average-sized 15’ x 12’ natural pond with a 10’ stream, we’re only talking a few minutes a week. It’s a small investment that ensures countless hours of

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