I've "inherited" a koi pond. I don't think it's had much care in the past. It has a pump & filter, but it has not been plugged in. What is the most simple way to care for it?
on Jun 02, 2013
The filter and pump are the most important things. The "sucker fish" a/k/a Pleco are really
good but your temperature cannot go below 50 degrees or they will die. Koi have no problems with cold or heat. I've had my pond for over 9 years & the only chemical I use is Eco Labs lift PL bacteria. Sometimes I think people use too many chemicals. Nature is doing a fine job here.
called Sun Hostas - how fitting for Florida. Many of us have tried to grow these plants but this is the only one that looks like it will do well here. It should have a flower later this year. Your dtrs mil is mean if she won't share. I'd share with you.