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We have been enjoying the beautiful world of water gardens since 1968. As you can see, we have been in the water garden industry for a long time. We have the knowledge and experience to assist you in building and maintaining your water garden or pond. Water Garden Supplies did years of research, quality testing and talking to experts to select Aquascape as our supplier. In the water garden industry, Aquascape is considered best in class! For that reason, Water Garden Pond Supplies is an exclusive online Aquascape retailer. 

Where to buy pond supplies near me, Water Garden Pond Supplies is the place. So, kick back, relax and let us deliver your water garden pond supplies to your home or business.

Water Quality

Combining science with simplicity, Aquascape makes it easy to maintain a healthy, well balanced water feature.

Aquascape Water Treatment make dosing simple and affordable. Put away your calculator and enjoy a clean, clear and healthy ecosystem pond, Pondless Waterfall, or decorative fountain with the complete line of Aquascape water treatment products.

Automatic Dosing System

The electronic Automatic Dosing System Features a sturdy housing unit with and easy-to-use control panel that holds water treatment pouches and consistently dispenses the treatment into the water adjust the level of treatment based on the number of gallons of water in your feature to ensure proper dosage. The unit is extremely quiet, dependable, maintain optimal water quality, and best of all does the work for you.

Pump Top Bottles

All of the water treatments for the Automatic Dosing System are available for dispensing from a pump-top bottle. These water treatments come in 8 ounce, 16 ounce, and 32 ounce sizes. In addition, a one-gallon container is available for refilling the pouches or pump-top bottles.

Beneficial Bacteria will reduce fish waste, organic plant material, sludge, pond scum, and excess nutrients in your pond or water feature. Available in dry and liquid formulas, aquascape beneficial for ponds is safe for fish, plants, pets and wildlife.

Problem Solving

Our line of problem solving products allows you to select the correct water treatment application for your particular need. from clearing debris to cooling pond water and more.

Algae Fighting

Eliminate string algae or green water quickly and effectively with our popular algae treatments

Water Conditioners

Balance your water in an eco-friendly way with water treatments designed to efficiently compat water quality issues, leaving your pond healthy and beautiful.

Sludge Fighting

Eliminate and prevent unsightly pond sludge with our easy-to*use sludge fighting water treatments.

Fountains Treatments

Enjoy a beautiful fountains year-round with our convenient line of water treatments specifically designed for a variety of fountains.

Lake and Large Pond Treatments

Aquascape Lake and Large Pond Treatments are intended for lake and large pond use only. These formulations are optimized specifically for larger bodies of water and can cause issues when used in smaller water features.

Balanced Ecosystem For Low Maintenance Pond.

Each pond ecosystem possesses its own qualities, conditions, and characteristics, but all ponds have a little algae – some more than others. An over-abundance of algae is the most frequent problem occurring in ponds.

The key, however, is to find the balance that Mother Nature intended and the algae will stay under control at an acceptable level. Managing the pond ecosystem in a way that’s logical and consistent with Mother Nature is a technique that’s been proven to be very successful.

Algae problems are most likely the result of an unbalanced ecosystem. In order to understand this, one needs only to understand that a water garden is an ecosystem of interrelated elements which all play an equally important role. Together these elements work to maintain a natural ecosystem without over-filtering or adding excessive amounts of chemicals to the pond. Here’s how it all works …

Filtration System

Designing and implementing an efficient circulation system ensures that the water is oxygenated and pond debris (including leaves, mosquito larvae, floating algae, and anything else that’s blown in) will be swept from the pond’s surface and deposited into an easily emptied skimmer basket. Through various forms of mechanical and biological filtration, the aquatic circle of life turns infinitely over and over again in your pond.


Algae are plants, and all aquatic plants feed off of the same nutrients in the water. The more plants you add to your pond, the more the algae will be starved from its food source. Algae growth will be minimized naturally and effortlessly.

A wide variety of aquatic plants are available for your pond. From waterlilies and lotus to marginal plants such as marsh marigold and horsetail, you’ll never tire of the options available to you.


Fish fulfill their role in the ecosystem by eating algae. Presuming they’re not overfed, koi over 10” in length will graze on the algae, effectively reducing its growth. Like plants, a variety of pond fish are available for you to introduce to your pond. Large, colorful koi to rosy reds and beyond! Fish are a delightful addition to any size water garden.

Rocks and Gravel

Like aquatic plants, the bacteria that live on the rocks and gravel in the pond feed on excess nutrients in the water, reducing the algae by starving it even further. The rocks and gravel not only hide the liner and create a natural-looking setting, but also provide a home for beneficial bacteria. Plant debris, fish waste, decaying organic matter, excess nutrients, or anything else that falls to the bottom of the pond will rest on top of the rocks and gravel. The bacteria living on the rocks and gravel will then go to work, breaking down the waste and debris, cleaning and clearing the water. Mother Nature’s circle of life is amazing, don’t you agree?

Finally … Patience!

It takes between two and six weeks for the bacteria to colonize and actually begin to do their job. Creating a balanced ecosystem doesn’t happen overnight! Like fine wine, ponds mature with age, so don’t be surprised or concerned if a new pond begins to grow some algae. Once the plants, fish, and bacteria are established, the algae will decrease, as will the amount of maintenance on the pond.

Like good health, we shouldn’t take good pond water quality for granted. Some of what makes up the quality of the water in your pond is out of your control, but it still helps to understand a few things about it so you can manage it better. Ensure your pond has a balance of filtration, plants, fish, and rocks and gravel so you can spend more time relaxing by your pond as opposed to maintaining it.

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