API Plant Care API Plant Care Potted aquatic plants like water lilies, iris, and many other pond plants are grown in containers within the pond. Potted plants need to be divided and repotted every one to two years to keep the plants vigorous and blooming. Heavy clay soil, free of
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API Pond Aquatic Planting Media

API Pond Aquatic Plant Media is an aquatic plant soil recommended for all potted aquatic plants, including water lilies, lotus, iris, and bog plants. It is comprised of a unique blend of natural minerals, including zeolite, which provides a clean, easy-to-use planting media which does not float or cloud water. API Aquatic Plant Media traps and holds nutrients from aquatic fertilizer tablets that otherwise could leach into the pond, securely holding the plant in the pot. Product is safe for use with fish. May be used during spring start-up, or when adding new plants to your pond.

Directions for use: Add about 3 inches of pre-soaked Aquatic plant media into bottom of pot or basket. Arrange the plant roots into the pot and gently cover roots with plant media and fill the pot to about 1 inch from the rim. Top off with stones. Slowly lower the pot into the pond.

API Pond Aquatic Planting Media

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