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Pond Landscaping in Spring, Summer, Fall and Winter No matter what type of landscape pond you have, it would require regular care. The kind of seasonal maintenance a landscape pond needs would depend on its location, construction, size and content. It is critical to know how to manage your landscape pond no matter if it is big or small, or in-ground or aboveground. Below are some steps on how to sustain a landscape pond based on the season. Pond landscaping during springtime 1. If needed, drain the pond and hose down its bottom to clean it. It is bad for the pond to have more than an inch of muck.
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2. Try to look for leaks and patch them with a pond repair kit. This should be a staple in your landscape pond maintenance checklist so you can put a stop to continuous water loss.
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3. Return the pump and filter but change them if they are not working properly. 4. Trickle water at the bottom of the pond to top off the water level and to avoid accumulation of salts and minerals. 5. Remove fallen leaves and detritus to inhibit toxic gases. 6. Tack on a bunch of oxygenating aquatic plants to increase the oxygen level in the water. 7. In case of potted plants, split them so they can continue growing robustly. 8. When feeding the fish, start with high carbohydrate food to combat lethargy. 9. Return the frost-sensitive plants you stored last winter back to the pond once the danger of icy weather has passed. 10. Before replanting the lotus, water lilies and marsh plants, divide them first. 11. Measure the water temperature and once it reaches 50 degrees Fahrenheit, add some new submerged and floating plants to manage algae growth. 12. Put fertilizer to the potted plants. How to look after a landscape pond in summertime 1. Make sure you top off the water level as needed. It is important to maintain a proper water balance and inhibit the accumulation of salt and mineral. This can be done by adding water in trickles rather than in large amounts. 2. Assess weekly the water chemistry using a kit for chloramines, chlorine and ammonia as huge amounts of these chemicals are deadly to fish. Pond landscaping tips in autumn 1. Remove the falling leaves and if the pond is near trees, use a netting to catch the leaves. 2. Disconnect the pumps and filter then drain them and keep them indoor. How to look after a landscape pond in wintertime 1.Protect your pond by floating a ball or wood on its surface that will absorb the pressure from the expanding ice. 2. Make sure there is an air hole open for the fish and for the release of toxic gases.