Nature Perfect

Crafting Beautiful Landscapes Throughout
The South Puget Sound Since 2000.

2905 Black Lake Blvd SW, Tumwater WA 98512

Spring/Summer Hours
Landscape Design & Installation (360) 280-5116
Monday-Friday 8:00-5:00
Saturday & Sunday - Closed

Pond Supply Store (360) 412-0309
Monday - Friday 8:00-5:00 | Saturday 10:00-5:00
Sunday-Closed


Pond Fish Care

Winter Ponds- 4 Common Questions

Winter Ponds- 4 Common Questions 0

Pond Fish Care , Pond Maintenance & Care 🕔December 14, 2019

Do I need to shut down my pond / water feature? In areas where we have mild winters- like here in the PNW- You only need to shut down small water features- bubblers, foutains, etc. that may freeze or be

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Predator Control Methods- Part 3 of 3

Predator Control Methods- Part 3 of 3 0

Pond Fish Care , Pond Maintenance & Care 🕔November 16, 2019

There are so many ideas and gadgets out there so the trick is to find out the ones that will work best given your situation. You may feel angry, annoyed or upset with your fish loss, but keep in mind

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Pond Predators – Part 2 of 3

Pond Predators – Part 2 of 3 0

Pond Fish Care , Pond Maintenance & Care 🕔November 16, 2019

There will probably be some point in time being every pond owner experiences- visitation from predator(s). These predators that are looking for tasty fish or possibly pond plants to dine on. This can happen any time of the year, so

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Pond Predator Control- Part 1 of 3

Pond Predator Control- Part 1 of 3 0

Pond Fish Care , Pond Maintenance & Care 🕔November 16, 2019

Unfortunately, most ponds need some sort of predator control or deterrent methods in order to keep fish safe. If you are wondering why you are losing fish, it may be due to predators, rather than other reasons such as diseases

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Fish Feeding Guide

Fish Feeding Guide 0

Pond Fish Care 🕔November 4, 2019

written by Kerri Bailey, Nature Perfect Pond Supply Store Fish Feeding Tips.  We feed our fish to maximize and enhance their vibrant colors, growth, and longevity. Koi and goldfish are omnivorous opportunistic feeders that need a balanced diet of protein

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