Our Pond-Building Team Will Be Featured on The Fish Tank Kings

May 13th, 2014

Fish Tank Kings TV Show Promo

Nat Geo Wild’s Fish Tank Kings returned for its 3rd season last week and Pacific Outdoor Living will be featured in the upcoming episode, titled The Fish Whisperer and featuring celebrity dog trainer Cesar Millan!

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Taking Care of Your Pond in the Winter

December 17th, 2013

Backyard Stone Pond With Plants

Even in Southern California, where winters are mild, there’s still steps to be taken to ensure your pond doesn’t suffer. This is especially true if you have fish in your pond, as they will act and need to be taken care of differently in the winter. Take a look at these few simple steps you can take to ensure your pond stays beautiful all throughout the winter and into spring.

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How to Add Pond Lighting to Your Backyard

July 24th, 2013

Backyard Pond with Lights and Seating Area

Backyard ponds add so much life and beauty to your home. The lush plant life and natural stone, coupled with relaxing sounds of rushing water, creates a setting you can enjoy anytime of the day.

But what about at night?

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How to Clean Your Pond

July 2nd, 2013

A backyard pond can be the gem of your backyard, provided it’s kept clean and cared for.

Backyard Pond with Walkway Bridge
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How to Plant Water Lilies

June 21st, 2013

Pond with Water Lilies

The Nymphaeaceae is a family of plants that live in freshwater areas and tropical climates. The common name for members of this family is the water lily. Water lilies grow in bodies of water, rooted in the soil and extending out above the water, so the leaves and flowers float on the surface. Aside from adding beauty to your pond, water lilies are also beneficial to it. They provide shade to the pond, which keeps the water temperature cool in the summer and combats algae growth. They also provide shelter for fish from the sun. Plus, they take in nutrients from the water that would otherwise go to algae and other undesirable plants, keeping the water clean and clear.

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