As we move into the Spring and with the Summer months really just round the corner, we can all look forward to those bright and warm days which are especially lovely for Koi pond owners. The nicer weather and higher temperatures mean that it is the perfect time to be outside enjoying the beauty of your garden, your pond and the glistening colours of your fish as they dart through the water.
However, this change in weather also comes with a few potential problems which, if you are not aware of in advance, could cause some problems for your Koi. Continue reading “Caring for Koi in the Summer months”
If you are attracted to the idea of keeping koi, you must consider the financial implications of your potential new hobby. Koi can live for 30 years and more! The costs will depend on the scale of the pond that you create, the construction method and whether or not you build it yourself. But a koi
pond is Continue reading “Is Koi Keeping an Expensive Hobby?”
I had always wanted a garden pond but my suburban garden simply couldn’t accommodate one. In any case I was intending to move to the country and felt that I might as well wait to see what sort of garden I ended up with. I launched a search for a new home and found Continue reading “The Hidden Pond”
With the bizarre weather which increasingly seems to afflict the UK, it can be hard to know when spring has sprung! Just when you think that the winter is behind you, another wave of snow blankets the landscape in white and temperatures plunge. But eventually spring will arrive and your koi will begin feeding again.
The Stresses of Spring
With water temperatures going up and down like the proverbial yoyo, your koi may be feeling a little stressed! When water temperatures reach 40°F – 50°F your fish’s immune system Continue reading “Caring for Koi in Spring”