Very nice collection!
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Very nice collection!
Bet it stinks to high heaven!
My lone goldfish just about creates riptides swimming over to me when he sees the food bag!
That's so sad the morning after a freeze. I remember it from Illinois ... depressing.
Sorry for your loss.
Usually it's the opposite. Not sure what to tell you.
Ryukins are more susceptible than most goldfish to cold water.
Looks much better, and much healthier for the fish.
My one lone sarassa in the pond is getting pretty large. He mostly eats shrimp brine flakes, along with fruit and veggies. Sometimes the maintenance guys bring him worms which he LOVES! One of these...
Wish I could!
A black rubber lining doesn't stay black for long. Algae grows on it and it looks very natural. Just need to have a bit of patience.
I love Bok Tower Gardens. Need to get back there. Thanks for the pics.
I like that one. I had hoped to plant some taro around the pond but unfortunately there's just no room.
You've got me drooling over those shubunkins!
Once a week with pond water. Otherwise the matala and bio balls get gunked up.
Those are not taro ... they are caladiums.
Beautiful fish! Thanks for sharing :)
Congratulations! Well deserved.
I love flamingoes but they are so stinky!
All the hard work you did was really worth it! Everything looks great, and I love the stone work.
Wow, you did luck out!
Can you keep them in the house? Dragon wings grow well inside in a partially sunny window.
I love puckered up!
I love the name "mouse melons"!
They were having happy hour!
Very pretty. That would fry in the sun down here.
I need to get some taro.
Got to get me some taro ...
The last one in the first group ... incredible barbels!!!
What a beautiful baby!
Great job. Lots of hard work.
A 3 or 400 gallon stock tank is a lot different than an 800 gallon one. Only goldfish should be in it.
Please remind me again what type of grass is around the pond ... is it fiber optic?
Your pond is so beautiful even without the impatiens.
Everything looks wonderful Gary!
Gary, in the winter time could you bring the Boa inside your house in a pot?
I have another question too ... has anyone ever successfully transplanted a 5' tall banana tree?
She is really pretty and I love the little spot too! She looks very friendly.
And she supplies parts for broken Pondovacs! Congratulations Andrea!
It was my mistake, I had the discharge hose hooked up backwards. But thank you for all the other tips!
OOooohhhh what's that first one?
I am trying to vacuum all the sawdust from cutting down the rubber tree from my pond. However, there is little to no suction. I have the machine situated above the level of the pond water, the air...
My sunpatiens fried from too much sun.
Orandas and Ryukins do not handle cold water well at all. If it goes below 50 degrees, they would be in trouble. The only things you can do is either take them inside or heat the pond ... I don't...