Learn About Ponds
Cold-water swimming – is it good for you?
With cold water swimming, I’m sure it wouldn’t be at the top of your list when it comes to doing some type of exercise. The cold water isn’t always too appealing, however, swimming in Swimponds are a fantastic way to increase endorphins, burn more calories and socialise with friends (when we are allowed to, of […]Read more ›
British Native Aquatic Plants
When choosing plants for your pond, our pond consultants only choose the best. We choose British native aquatic plants which will thrive in your pond and stand out in your garden. Many of the plants we choose also attract butterflies and bees, making your pond even more of a home for nature. Here’s a list […]Read more ›
What is a pond eco system?
A pond ecosystem is the system whereby different organisms are dependent upon each other for survival. Each pond has different qualities that affect the ecosystem. Algae is one of the most common problems that affect your pond’s ecosystem, hence algae needing to be treated regularly. What can help maintain a balanced eco system? Plants With […]Read more ›
What happens when your pond freezes over?
It is getting to that time of the year, where its beginning to get much colder. The crispy leaves beneath your feet, snowfall and ice, and that breath of fresh air when you first take a step outside. It’s a bit like marmite… You either love it or you hate it. We may enjoy autumn […]Read more ›
BLOG – What are the benefits of a waterfall?
Do you know what benefits waterfalls have? Waterfalls aren’t just stunning to look at… They are also extremely good for your physical and mental health. Who would’ve known? Here I’m going to list 3 benefits you probably didn’t know of having a pond with a waterfall… Improved MoodSeeing and hearing a waterfall can instantly improve […]Read more ›
BLOG – Pond Plants – what are their benefits?
There are many ways to maintain a balanced pond, but using plants is the best solution to get keep algae away and make sure the pond is a great habitat for your pond. Whether your pond is 10,000 litres or 100,000 litres, pond plants will help decrease the amount of maintenance to keep your pond […]Read more ›