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Ultimate Lotus Garden by ~ jan JJsPond.us
How deep are your pots? Since I have permission to do another pond just for the lotus, I'd like to densely pack one and then use it as feeder for a stream down the road. Could I use shallow, but wide potts and sit them in the pond? BV. 6"-7" deep, guessing without measuring. ~ jan See my...
July 10th 03 07:29 AM
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Lotus Frustration by John Rutz
Nedra wrote: John I am Sooo Glad you found the lotus is still alive and growing!! I don't know where you have it sitting now - but if you put it about 3 or 4 inches below the surface of the water .... you may just get a flower this year! Nedra
July 10th 03 05:31 AM
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OT Harry Potter OT by mad
thanks. i'll look. mad -- There are two rules for ultimate success in life: (1) Never tell everything you know. From: "P+C" Reply-To: "P+C" Newsgroups: rec.ponds Date: Wed, 2 Jul 2003 13:36:31 +0100
July 10th 03 05:29 AM
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ossprey got one of my koi by LisaCS1
We were the victim of several Heron attacks this spring and then put up a scarecrow near where we feed them. We lost four fish within a two week period, but haven't had any more visitors since the scarecrow went up. Must be doing his job.
July 10th 03 05:02 AM
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Stressed out Fish by LisaCS1
Your fish will not starve as there's plenty for them to eat in the pond. You were the victim of a predator, maybe a Heron, like we had several times in the spring. Your fish are afraid right now, but will come around in another day or so. We put out a scarecrow to keep the Heron away and so far...
July 10th 03 04:56 AM
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Shishu Koi by Jerrispond
Welcome to rec.ponds, Lisa. Hope Kathy or whoeverit is who feeds babies will post the recipe for you. chopped hard boiled egg yolk Jerri http://www.fringeweb.com/Ponds/JerrisPond
July 10th 03 04:39 AM
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Putting in a new pond... by K30a
Start here :-) http://www.pondrushes.net/ and http://www.geocities.com/bickal2000/pond.htm and http://www.fishpondinfo.com
July 10th 03 12:19 AM
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??Predator Quiz?? by Anne Lurie
I'd guess the culprit was a great blue heron, as I think a 13" fish might be bit tough for the smaller green heron to manage. As for not noticing a great blue heron, I assumed that Chad meant there was no one home between 6:30 am & 5:30 pm to see the GBH (birder's jargon). Anne Lurie Raleigh, NC
July 9th 03 11:52 PM
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