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Koi Ponds

Koi ponds are different from a water garden because Koi limit the amount of plant life available to be grown.   Simply put… Koi eat some varieties of plants.  A Koi pond should also be larger because Koi get quite large despite the size of the pond.   We recommended that a Koi pond be no less than 1000 gallons in volume, the bigger the better.  Included in that volume, an area of the pond needs to be at least three feet deep with five feet being even better.

Types Available:  Normal Fin Koi and Butterfly 


In life, Koi Ponds attract different creatures that bond.  Pictured below is a black swan as it feeds its fish friends every day to the amazement of all.  The swan picks up the feed and takes it to the mouths of the waiting fish.  They became close friends after 3 years of playing together;  every time the homeowner comes to feed the swan, all the fish follow him to the bank, with mouths open.   The swan takes the food and puts some into each of the hungry mouths.  When everyone has eaten enough, the swan goes back onto the water and plays with his Koi  friends again.

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Koi Pond Facts:

Koi are available in different sizes.  From three inches to twenty-four inches in length.  

These fish are beautifully marked and colorful with no two having the same markings.







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