Pond Vacuum for Rent, Fish Holding Tanks, Pond Dewatering Pumps, and More

PondMarket Rental Pond Vacuum: $45-$65 Fish Holding Tanks: $40-$150 (with our without aeration system, 1 day – 3 weeks) Dewatering Pump and Hose: $45 Water Meter for filling the pond: $35 Reservations required for all rental items. info@pondmarket.com, 314-894-2894. ... Read More »

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How to Fix a Leaking Pond or Pond Leak

Pond Leaks Debunked   A “leak” with regards to a pond is a 4 letter word, without question. In most cases, there are only a few sources to cause a pond leak: Pond Skimmer or Waterfall Filter Canister (Pressure) Filter O-ring or hose connection Low spot in pond liner/ waterfall liner Hole in pond/waterfall liner (holes do... Read More »

Top Ways to Renovate Your Front and Back Yards

|Kaitlin Krull| One of the most exciting parts about home ownership is the ability to make changes to your home to suit your tastes and design style. While most homeowners focus on interior remodeling projects such as kitchen makeovers, living room renovations, and updated bathrooms, at Home Improvement Leads we believe the area outside of... Read More »

Garden Pond Information

This section of pondmarket.com was developed to help answer some of the questions you may have about everything from building a pond or pond-less waterfall to pond supplies like water fountains, free standing waterfalls, and pond pumps and pond filters, to green algae control, Koi and Goldfish health to water quality and water lilies to... Read More »

Hand Feed Koi on Sat 10/1

When: October 1st, 10am – 3pm Where: PondMarket in South County... Read More »

New Aquascape Designs Dealer in St. Louis

That’s right! PondMarket in St. Louis is now offering Aquascape products both in-store and online! We are slowly increasing our Aquascape products in our St. Louis Pond Supply and Water Garden store as well as our online catalog! We currently have the following Aquascape products in-stock in our store: Aquascape Algaecide Aquascape Pond and Debris... Read More »

Pond Skimming Systems

Pond Skimming Systems draw water from 3 sources thus reducing pump burnout from clogged pond skimmers and reducing or eliminating the beloved pond clean out,    To see ponds that that have our Pond Skimmer Systems, visit the links below: Pond 1, Pond 2   Pond Skimming Systems are unique to PondMarket. We developed this... Read More »

Pond Plants at our Store

Stocking levels & varieties vary For stocking levels and information: Text: 314-735-0107 Call: 314-894-2894 Email: info@pondmarket.com Pond plants are stocked at the store in-season. They are sold by the plant and often discounted in groups of 3, 6, and 10. Floating plants can be purchased individually, in lots of 3, 25, 50, 100, and 1,000.... Read More »

Koi, Goldfish, and Other Fish for sale in St. Louis

Stocking levels & varieties vary To see details of all pond fish and learn about koi, goldfish, and other pond fish, click here or read information about koi and goldfish health as well as koi medications and anti-biotics for koi, For In Store stocking levels and information: Text: 314-735-0107 Call: 314-894-2894 Email: info@pondmarket.com Shop Koi and Goldfish... Read More »

Outdoor Lighting Packages from PondMarket

CALL 314-735-0107 today to schedule your FREE Estimate! Our PRO LED Lighting Packages bring cost effective solutions to common lighting system problems. Our fixtures: Do not fade or burnout. If they do, and it’s a fixture failure, the fixture is covered under manufacturer warranty. The fixtures we use have top quality lenses. The lenses do... Read More »

A Water Feature Built for a Wild Animal

Unleashing a Pond Feature Fit for a Wild Animal By Aaron Burchett, PondMarket Published in PondTrade Magazine One weekday afternoon, a customer came into our store inquiring about installing a pond water feature. Interestingly, he followed it up with, “I’ve looked it up online and I really do not want to buy a bunch of... Read More »

Preparing the Pond and Water Feature for Winter

Wow…Leaves may be starting to turn and drop. Where did summer go? In the Midwest, summer never really got started and here we are reading about the upcoming fall and winter months. There is a lot of talk about “how to winterize” a pond, waterfall, or water feature. The question we get asked the most:... Read More »

St. Louis Water Garden Society Hosts PondMarket

Aaron Burchett, owner of PondMarket, was asked by the St. Louis Water Gardening Society to deliver a presentation focusing on low maintenance pond installation techniques PondMarket has developed over the past 17 years. Below is a recap of the presentation given at the January 2015 St. Louis Water Gardening Society meeting. Presentation recap narrative written... Read More »

It’s Alive

By Lori Luechtefeld As nutritional options for koi continue to expand, take a look at beneficial bacteria. Another ingredient trend receiving significant attention in the pond industry is the injection of beneficial bacteria into foods. “All of our foods contain living microorganisms,” said Carolyn Weise, consumer relationship manager for Ecological Laboratories Inc. “This addition seems... Read More »

Featured Ponds Article in the Trends Section of the Saint Louis Post-Dispatch

Readers of Trends magazine know the biggest trend in interior decorating is the exterior. Walls are tumbling down as homeowners seek to become one with nature. Along those same lines, gardening is quickly becoming America’s favorite pastime and within that industry is the rising popularity of water gardening. However, if it seems a bit daunting,... Read More »

Hot, cloudy weather can spell trouble for pond fish

The Kansas City Star BETSY TAYLOR Associated Press When Mary Terry checked in on her half-acre pond earlier this month in southeast Missouri, she was confronted by hundreds of floating, dead fish. “It was devastating for me. I’d never seen anything like that in my life, or smelled anything like it,” she said. What happened... Read More »

PondMarket Receives Award from RFT in St. Louis, Mo.

Sure, gardens are pretty and all, but they're an awful lot of work: the planting, the pulling, the agony when rabbits help themselves to a meal of hosta con broccoli. Back in 1997 Brigitte and Aaron Burchett tried something different when they began to cultivate a pond — it eventually evolved into an entire water garden. Finding no store in town that supplied the equipment they needed, they opened the Alternative Pond and Gardens Mart, Inc. (commonly known as the Pond Market).... Read More »