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« on: May 09, 2015, 08:42:04 AM »

Hey guys,
we are now open on Saturdays 9AM to 4PM for all your pond needs.
Prices lower than recommended retail on everything!
Pond liner in stock to get you started.
All your bacteria, fish food, algae controls and other pond additives.
We grow ALL the pond plants you need here in our greenhouses.
Lotus in stock
Brand new lily varieties - Wanvisa and Purple Fantasy  - check them out
Full range of perennials and ornamental grasses also.
New pond fish now in stock.
Extra 10% off with your OVAS, GOWGHS or Hort society membership.

Check out our updated website www.pondsandaquaria.ca and our new facebook page

Hope to see you soon

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Richard
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« Reply #1 on: June 14, 2016, 01:23:42 AM »

Hi, I am looking for a pond liner 18'x25'. Do you have any recommendations on where to buy at a reasonable cost, or what my best solution may be for a pond this size. Our liner has a leak and its pretty dirty, so finding the leak might be next to impossible. Thanks in advance.
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