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wintering pond plants??
Old 10-28-2010, 05:35 PM   #11
 
I'm on Long Island, last year with a horrible winter any water pretty much froze solid, like my little preformed pond that's only 1.5feet deep(not sure how big gallonwise, I think about 90) froze solid. I was planning on just unconnecting the pump for the filter and letting it run in the water to see if that'd work and pay extra attention but if necessary bring them in as soon as possible if it ever got really cold.
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Old 10-28-2010, 06:05 PM   #12
 
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Oh yea...Long Island...the pond will get way too cold. Extra sunny spot inside with some movement in the water and you should be fine. Mist now and then. Watch for bugs. Spider mites are bad inside in dry climates. You will put plants back out thuis spring no problem
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