PLEASURES OF POND FISH

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BY: Aquascape

Fish play an important role in the nitrogen cycle of an ecosystem pond. Not only do fish dine on algae, but they provide a beautiful flash of color as they glide in and out of waterlilies. Koi and other pond fish make great outdoor pets … even learning to eat right out of your hand, if you’re patient! When you have a water garden of your very own, you’ll grow to love your fish as much as you love your cat or dog!An Eskimo Kiss is shared over a trickle of fish food pellets.
An Eskimo Kiss is shared over a trickle of fish food pellets. Fido might look like he’s snarling, but he actually adores the fish and watches over them every chance he gets.This beautiful butterfly koi is a prized possession named Marathon.
This beautiful butterfly koi is a prized possession named Marathon. Special thanks to its owner for the photo!This ethereal, white koi is truly stunning against the cool, dark, watery backdrop.
This ethereal, white koi is truly stunning against the cool, dark, watery backdrop.Festive colored koi fish
This festive fellow shows off his feathery fins, dancing about in the cool waters, swishing his tail first one way, and then the other.

Golden koi fish proudly flaunts the latest shade of lipstick.
And this golden gal proudly flaunts the latest shade of lipstick.

Dark colored koi fish
Sometimes hard to spot in the water, Mr. Dark and Mysterious reveals intricate designs in his shimmering scales.

A window frames the perfect view of these koi fish friends.
A window frames the perfect view of finned friends. This is a perfect indoor spot for a morning cup of coffee, delighting in the views of the backyard oasis.

Close up koi in backyard pond.
You simply can’t ignore this face! He may look like a Grumpus-Ala-Bumpus, but he’s actually quite pleased in his pond.

Black beauty koi fish skims the surface of the pond.
Another black beauty skims the surface of the pond. They say not to name your fish, fearing you’ll become too attached. But when you see their personality reflected in the water garden, how could you resist naming your finned friends?

How many koi do you have in your water garden, and have you named them?

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Author: Bobby Kenyon

Bobby Kenyon is the Creative Solutions Guru for C.E. Pontz Sons who has over a decade plus experience in the Landscape & Water Garden industry . He enjoys long walks on the beach and grocery shopping but has a strong dislike for regular cake and non brand name paper towels

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