Koi Goldfish Pond Fish Sturgeon in Leicester


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Goldfish make an ideal pond filler and will mix with all other pond fish.
Both hardy and active, they make an attractive and affordable addition to any size pond. Being a shoaling fish, they will brighten up even a very large pond.
2/3" £3.50
3/4" £4.50
4/5. £7.50
6/10" £10.00

Assorted Koi
We stock a range of sizes of koi carp for sale from 3-24 therefore there is something for everyone.
All the larger fish for sale are individually
Koi 3/4'' £10
Koi 4/5'' £25
Koi 6/8" £40
Grass Carp are fast becoming a popular fish addition to the garden pond. Introduced to the UK to control weeds in Garden Ponds, they are a herbivorous freshwater fish from Eastern Asia. They have long torpedo shaped bodies with broad rounded heads. There are two varieties stocked the green grass carp and the albino variety.
Grass Carp prefer to eat the softer weeds and will help control Blanket weed, Duck weed, Elodea and many other invasive plants. They will live happily along side other ornamental coldwater fish, making them ideal for natural weed control in ponds.

'' Albino grass carp £6.00
Tench are found in still or slow flowing water, which have a rich plant life. They naturally have a dark olive-green skin and it is only relatively recently that the stunning Golden colour has become readily available.
'' Tench £4.50
Orfe are a derivative of the European River fish called the Ide. The Blue and Golden colouration are naturally occurring colour variants that have been bred over a number of years to the refined colours that you see here.
They are a shoal fish that should not be kept on their own. They are very hardy providing the pond has good oxygen levels and remain very active throughout the Winter.

'' Orfe. £4.50
'' Mirror carp £5.00

Diamondback sturgeon £45

Pond plats £8 Per pot
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