As you know Acorn Ponds & Waterfalls' Company is based in Rochester, Monroe County, New York (NY) and we have built water features with other contractors and our manufacturer in several other states, and three different countries. In all of our travels we have gained over a decade of experience building, maintaining and servicing the water features we build. Review our 20 most popular pond myths, and see if we can show you the truth about ponds, and answer some of your questions !
Pond Myth #1: Predators will eat all of your fish!
There is a constant fear in the water gardening community that raccoons and other four-legged predators will go swimming in your pond and help themselves to some of your prize koi, shubunkin, or goldfish. Click to find out the real facts on Predators...
Pond Myth #2: UV Lights are the best way to keep your water clear.
Pond Myth #7: You have to bring your fish inside for the winter.
Fish do fine during the coldest of winters as long as you give them two feet of water to swim in, oxygenate the water, and keep a hole in the ice with a bubbler. Mother Nature can do the rest ... Find out how your fish survive in the winter.
Pond Myth #8: Having a pond means you will have a lot of mosquitoes.
Acorn Ponds & Waterfalls Installation Service Areas: Rochester, Monroe County, New York, NY Pittsford, Penfield, Brighton, Fairport, Irondequoit, Perinton, Victor, Canandaigua, Farmington, Finger Lakes, Geneva, Mendon, Webster, Ontario, Greece, Chili, Scottsville, Spencerport, Hilton, Hamlin, Brockport, Bushnell's Basin, Rush, Henrietta, North Greece, East Henrietta, West Henrietta, East Rochester, Bloomfield, West Webster, North Gates, Honeoye Falls, Gates Chili, Bergen, Palmyra, Charlotte, Parma, North Chili, (NY), USA