How to set up a pond plant kit

Marginal plants are great for encouraging wildlife to the pond and helping to clear. Here’s how to set up a marginal pond plant kit in minutes.

1. Your Complete Kit contains the basket, pond safe aquatic compost, plants and gravel.

2. Take the basket out first.

3. Fill it with the aquatic compost.

4. Remove the pond plants from the packaging.

5. Push them into the soil, leaving space between them for growth.

6. Pour the gravel over the top of the compost.

7. Spread the gravel out.

8. Place the basket on a shelf in the pond.

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Jeremy Gay is an author, lifelong fishkeeper, and aquatic specialist. He's a former editor of Practical Fishkeeping Magazine, UK editor at Reefbuilders, a former aquatic store manager, and has collected fish in Sri Lanka and the Amazon. He's been on tv and radio, contributed to Koi Carp and Gardeners World magazines, been a product tester, a judge, and a product developer. Jeremy is here to guide and advise you on all things tropical, pond and marine, from set-up to stocking, health, feeding to breeding, as well as solving many common fishkeeping problems along the way.


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