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 9:00-4:00
Saturday 10:00 - 4:00 Sunday - Closed

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

Pond Plant Fall Care Tips

Pond Plant Fall Care Tips 0

Pond Maintenance & Care , Pond Plants 🕔November 23, 2020

It’ that time of the year, fall, when leaves are changing color, nights are getting colder and ponds begin to go dormant for winter. There are a few tasks you can do now that will help your ponds water quality

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Hardy Waterlily Care

Hardy Waterlily Care 0

Pond Maintenance & Care , Pond Plants 🕔September 10, 2020

Waterlilies are an essential feature for every water garden.  They are one of the oldest, most sacred plants used as an important native species to many people in several countries for food and medicine.  The water lily family- Nymphaeaceae- is

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Pond Plants with Fall and Winter Interest

Pond Plants with Fall and Winter Interest 0

Pond Plants 🕔August 19, 2020

Pond Plants with Fall and Winter Interest – those plants that bloom or display color during the fall months and those that maintain foliage during winter (zone and weather dependent). Fall Color & Bloomers – plants that have colored foliage,

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Create Pond Plant Combos

Create Pond Plant Combos 0

Pond Maintenance & Care , Pond Plants 🕔August 19, 2020

Pond plants add beauty, shade and fish cover for your pond. Jazz up your pond shelves & marginal areas with fun to make custom created plant combos for pond margins or “shelves”. What you need are plants that like water

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Pond Plants Blooming Guide

Pond Plants Blooming Guide 0

Pond Plants 🕔August 19, 2020

Did you know that most pond plants bloom? They come in many shapes, textures and colors for any size pond or water feature. The following is a seasonal “bloom guide” to when pond and bog plants tend to begin flowering.

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