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Well, the temperatures have jumped back up! Has us thinking about Spring! What about you?

Even if it is still a little too early to reopen your pond for the season, there are some things you can do to jump start for Spring.

Plan for improvements or new ideas!
So you want to switch things up? Make improvements to your waterfall? This is the time! Utilize this time to think of new ideas to improve your water garden or put your dream pond down on paper and see how it'll work in your yard.

Supplies!
This is the time to take a count of your pond maintenance supplies. Do you need a new net? How are your stock levels on fish food? This can also be a great time to check on your tubing, UV bulbs, or any filter media.

Take that dive into pre-Spring maintenance! What type of pre-season checklist do you go through?
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Well, the temperatures have jumped back up! Has us thinking about Spring! What about you?

Even if it is still a little too early to reopen your pond for the season, there are some things you can do to jump start for Spring.

Plan for improvements or new ideas!
So you want to switch things up? Make improvements to your waterfall? This is the time! Utilize this time to think of new ideas to improve your water garden or put your dream pond down on paper and see how it'll work in your yard.

Supplies!
This is the time to take a count of your pond maintenance supplies. Do you need a new net? How are your stock levels on fish food? This can also be a great time to check on your tubing, UV bulbs, or any filter media.

Take that dive into pre-Spring maintenance! What type of pre-season checklist do you go through?
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We had a small snowfall this past week, perhaps the groundhog was right?? For now, we'll just daydream of Spring!

Be sure to check up on your pond - when weather like this hits, its crucial to have everything set to go. You wouldn't want your finned friends unhappy!

Have questions? Be sure to contact us, we're here to help!

Here's some fun things to consider for Winter: https://www.pondandgardendepot.com/winter-and-fall-care-guide/
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We had a small snowfall this past week, perhaps the groundhog was right?? For now, we'll just daydream of Spring!

Be sure to check up on your pond - when weather like this hits, its crucial to have everything set to go. You wouldn't want your finned friends unhappy!

Have questions? Be sure to contact us, we're here to help!

Here's some fun things to consider for Winter: https://www.pondandgardendepot.com/winter-and-fall-care-guide/
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Let's get inspirational this Friday! On those gloomy Winter days, think sunny days! Think of how you'll transform your backyard this Summer. We'll leave these unique and fun ideas right here!
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Let's get inspirational this Friday! On those gloomy Winter days, think sunny days! Think of how you'll transform your backyard this Summer. We'll leave these unique and fun ideas right here!
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2/3/17
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With temperatures jumping up & falling down over the past week or so, you may see a shift in water temperatures in your pond.

Of course, for those living more north, your water temps may already be lower than 42 degrees F. But for those of you in southern climates, it's a good rule of thumb to remember - if water temperatures are between 42 degrees F & 65 degrees F, it is best to be feeding your koi a cool water wheat fish food. http://www.pondandgardendepot.com/fish-care/fish-food/blue-ridge-cool-water-wheat-fish-food/

And of course, when water temps fall below 42 degrees F, all feedings must stop until Spring.
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With temperatures jumping up & falling down over the past week or so, you may see a shift in water temperatures in your pond.

Of course, for those living more north, your water temps may already be lower than 42 degrees F. But for those of you in southern climates, it's a good rule of thumb to remember - if water temperatures are between 42 degrees F & 65 degrees F, it is best to be feeding your koi a cool water wheat fish food. http://www.pondandgardendepot.com/fish-care/fish-food/blue-ridge-cool-water-wheat-fish-food/

And of course, when water temps fall below 42 degrees F, all feedings must stop until Spring.
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Are you covered with proper aeration for your pond this Winter? Aeration is crucial during these brisk Winter months! Trust us, your fish will thank you in the Spring! 
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Wishing you all the joys and happiness of the Christmas season. May your Holiday season be filled with family and friends & unforgettable memories.

We wish you a Merry Christmas!

-The Staff at The Pond & Garden Depot
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