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Behr Construction Company
Raccoons in your area you need at least 4 ft deep so they will not be able to catch you fishes, 2. if you live in an area where the winter is cold you will also need to dig 4 ft to be bellow the frost line. Yor fishes need water and air and to hibernate in the winter. 3. You can buy small Koi at some Nurseries
The ponds are 5 feet deep and have interconnecting underwater tunnels that allow the fish to seek cover from predators and also shade in the summer months.
Nurseries and pet stores for $1,5 they will grow in size according to the size of your pond and the amount of fishes you will have. The more room they have the more they grow
Fish in natural pool for water feature
listening to trickling water and watching fish swim around!!
What do you use to keep you water clear with that many fish? Your pond is beautiful.
I recently added a UV filter to my pond. Not QUITE as big as this pond, but close. I also have many fish. I'm amazed at how quickly it's cleared up the pond. Check with a garden center that specializes in ponds.
I like the fish pond.....I like to know cost of the pond.
picturing my dog blue barking at the fishes...
feature, mosquito colonies are less likely to survive. Introducing fish into a pond is also a great way to combat mosquitoes, since they eat the larvae before they hatch. Goldfish, minnows and betta fish (also called Siamese fighting fish) are all great options for controlling mosquitoes. Finally, there are
modern house architects
Fish pond out the front
like the live fish...
Fish tank...Fish pond...Fish pond juba idea...Koi fish pool...Fish pond concrete...Wow real fish !
access over the moat, once again bringing echoes of the past. In medieval times a more peaceful use of the moat was to supply fish for the table. In this contemporary setting, ornamental fish now fill the moat, rather than carp or pike.
Japanese modern wooden walkway over fish pond
bridge over water feature, water plants and fish for front entrance
money on construction and allows for a better view of any fish. Water plants like lily pads will thrive at this depth also. They can't grow in deep water.
access over the moat, once again bringing echoes of the past.In medieval times a more peaceful use of the moat was to supply fish for the table. In this contemporary setting, ornamental fish now fill the moat, rather than carp or pike.
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Seabrook Island Contemporary
love the fish! Where is it from?
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Fish, ceiling, lights
love the fish...Volume and fish...Cool Fish!...Fish furniture
The Design Build Company
Zen, koi, floating steps, beach plantings, bungalow
doesn't like looking at beautiful coy fish? !
I love the colors here of the fish algae and plants. The space feels
My Houzz: Connecting Work and Play in South Australia
Love this space. Where did you find the FISH CHIPS sign?
The jarrah wood deck is a popular space for outdoor dining and entertaining. The “Fish Chips” sign is an auction find, and the ceramic bowl and potted succulents are gifts from friends.Trestle table, bench, vintage food cover: One Small Room; metal stools: Tolix Stool Tabouret 45, 1000 Chairs
The jarrah wood deck is a popular space for outdoor dining and entertaining. The “Fish Chips” sign is an auction find, and the ceramic bowl and potted succulents are gifts from friends.Trestle table, bench, vintage food cover: One Small
Huettl Landscape Architecture
plants in pond and lower pond but without fish. don't want fish.
moving water and the moving fish; and the low, wide walls surrounding the pool provide the perfect spot to sit and watch the koi to your heart's content. The walls also result in a deeper pool area, a plus for keeping marauding critters, such as raccoons, from feasting on your fish.