Japanese Stone Lanterns have a super fascinating history. Find out all there is about lanterns and why they are used in gardens around the world.
Sticklebacks are an excellent choice if you have just installed a small garden pond. However, they can impact the amphibian and insect population.Learn more here.
Yes, you can swim in a fish pond depending on the size and cleanliness of the water. Koi fish are kept for decorative purposes, mainly in small-scale ponds. However, if the pond is large enough and the water’s quality is observed, there is no harm in swimming in a Koi…
Read our quick post and find out how pond plants get nutrients. Also, you can learn what they need to survive and make your pond looks even more beautiful.
Frogs can’t just pack their bags and leave in the winter. Here is how frogs will adapt and survive in your backyard pond.
Click here to learn how to clean bamboo wind chimes, including washing methods, mold removal, varnishing, and other forms of maintenance.
In this article, we explain the significance and rich history behind furin – Japanese wind chimes – that go back centuries with importance related to summer.
Here is how to create perfect conditions for frogs in your pond. Take a quick look at our post to find out what attracts frogs to ponds in the first place.
You will learn what pond turnover is and how to prevent it in the first place. Take a look at our complete guide that has helped so many people.
You can learn everything about the baby and adult frog diet from our complete guide. Take a look at how to encourage or deter them, depending on your needs.
So, how many plants are okay, and what kinds of plants are the best for a pond?
Also, what should you do if you have too many plants in your pond?
Let’s take a look!
Of course, you can feed your pond fish with bread crumbs – but here is why you shouldn’t 🙂 Read on to find out what the harmful results are.
There are lots of factors that directly affect your pond plants. Let’s look at 7 possible causes why your plants are dying off.
You have certainly noticed that almost every Japanese garden has a bridge. But why is that the case? Is there any spiritual meaning behind it? Let’s find out.