The chance to enjoy the growth of the water garden returns. I am already hearing the peeps of spring peepers anticipating their procreation for the coming season. I'm browsing through plant lists. fertilizing tropicals that I kept inside, and prunning brown foliage I left for winter display. Still want more to do? If there is a particular plant you were interested in propagating take it out of the pond and bring it inside to warm it up and treat it like a house plant. Once early growth starts you can easily divide and repot and have it ready to install when the last chance of frost is gone. Planting instructions for repotting plants can be found on our web site www.grasslandaquatics.com at the Education page
Water for a small space.
I will be speaking at the Nashville Lawn and Garden show. Thursday March 3 1:30 Water Gardens, Fountains, and Fish Ponds for small spaces. Earth Air Sun And Water. Water is a natural element that should be included in your garden no matter what size it is. Join us March 3rd at 1:30 and see the different ways you can incorporate water into your space.
I still have algae growing in the pond. What can I do to clear it up? Algae is not harmful to the plants or fish it is just disconcerting to you. First what type of algae is it? Pea soup water or string algae?