Ecosystem Ponds

Imagine stepping outside your home into your very own backyard oasis, complete with a beautiful ecosystem pond. Sit back, relax, and enjoy the soothing sights and sounds of running water. Feel the cares of the world slip away as you enjoy your personal vacation spot!

An Aquascape ecosystem pond is self-sustaining, requires very little maintenance, and provides an opportunity to have fish as pets, without the regular upkeep of an indoor aquarium. Pond plants give you the chance to broaden your gardening horizons with choices that go beyond the standard petunia and rose. Birds lovers will delight in the new variety of feathered friends that flock to a water feature.

Spend quality time relaxing by your pond with family and friends. You’ll wonder why you waited so long to enhance your yard with a beautiful Aquascape ecosystem pond!

How IT WORKS

Filtration System
An ecosystems pond includes both biological and mechanical filter. The biological filter provides surface area for beneficial bacteria to colonize and removes excess nutrients from the water. The mechanical filter houses the pump and skims debris from the water’s surface to prevent organic materials from accumulating on the ponds floor.

Rocks and Gravel
Rocks and gravel protect pond liners from UV light degradation. In addition, rocks and gravel provide surface area for beneficial bacteria to grow and break down excess nutrients in the water.

Circulation System
Your pond’s circulation system consists of a pump and plumbing. These elements create an efficient system that keeps the water moving and provides necessary oxygen levels for healthy fish and plants.

Fish
Fish are an integral part of your pond as they reduce pond maintenance by grazing on string algae and bottom feeding from the pond floor. They also make enjoyable pets.

Pond Plants
Plants add color and texture to your pond while providing beneficial filtration. They absorb nutrients in a pond, depriving algae of its food source. Pond plants are critical for the overall heath of your pond’s ecosystem.


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