The Garden Pond: An Owner's Guide

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Wiley, Mar 18, 1998 - Pets - 126 pages
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At last, a book for the garden pond enthusiast that provides complete information on how to build, stock and maintain a beautiful garden pond. You'll learn all about pond construction, liners and edging in order to establish a no-fault framework for your pond. You'll also find out how to fill your pond with clear, healthy water and how to keep the water in pristine condition. In addition, you'll learn how to choose and care for aquatic plants that will thrive in your climate. Other chapters discuss selecting and maintaining healthy fish and other pond inhabitants. Best of all, this book includes a stunning array of photographs of ponds, plants and favorite water creatures. Info-packed sidebars make caring for your pond easy and enjoyable.

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Contents

of Pondkeeping
5
Aquatic Plants
40
Care and Maintenance of Your
104
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About the author (1998)

Roseanne D. Conrad is a Master Gardener through the Pennsylvania State University Extension Service and is a lifelong gardener with a special love for garden ponds. She is also publisher of PONDKEEPER Magazine and is president of Garden Pond Promotions, Inc.

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