To better serve you, we’ve created this seasonal information page. Please contact us if you have any questions that these posts do not cover.
Mild Winter? Wondering when to use the high protein fish food? Learn when it is safe to feed your fish again and the different types of fish food available.
What is your pond missing? Take a look at our MUST-HAVE pond items and get your pond in tip-top shape for the year.
Spring is here and it’s time to start thinking about preparing the pond for warmer weather. The maintenance you do right now will make a big difference in the way your pond looks in May and June. Read more here.
Learn about the different types of algae that could be growing in your pond and the remedies we recommend you to try.
Raccoons and herons can be very troublesome to fish and pond owners. There’s nothing worse than looking down at your lovely pond to find that all of your precious fish have suddenly disappeared! We’ve heard too many stories to count… not to mention our own experiences. So what can be done?
Mason bees & ladybugs & praying mantis … oh my!
Falling Water Gardens is proud to sell mason bees, ladybugs, and praying mantis each spring. These beneficial insects are a must-have to place near your flower and vegetable gardens, rosebushes, fruit trees, etc. Learn about these gentle creatures here.
There is a certain satisfaction to serving and eating food that you have grown and harvested. Advanced planning is a must as there are many factors that can affect the success and manageability of your vegetable garden as well as your enjoyment of it. Start planning today!
Ammonia problems? Are your fish acting weird? Read about what could be happening in your pond right now.
In the last decade more artists and craftsmen have been creating pieces solely for placement in the landscape. This being said, you don’t have to spend a lot of money on a fancy sculpture to incorporate art into your garden. Get inspired by some of these unique ideas here.
To ensure better water quality and to preserve your investment, certain tasks need to be done to prepare your pond for winter.
Are freezing temperatures in the forecast? Worried about your koi or goldfish? Wondering what to do with your expensive pond equipment during winter months? We discuss how to properly care for your fish, plants, and pond equipment in this post.