Where is the Baby! is a web page hosted by Nelson Water Gardens and Nursery, in Katy, Texas. Addie Nelson, their granddaughter, is pictured here on the pad of a Victoria Lily.
September / October 2012
Ever wonder how you can improve and increase the credit for your business? Here is an in-depth article including nine steps on how to Establish Business Credit. Learn what trade credit is and four ways to get more of it. Build your business credit now so you don’t have to rely on just your personal credit when you need that financing.
There is a new technology in town for immersion heaters. Traditional heaters use resistance wire as the heat source. A new technology is now available that uses PTC (Positive Temperature Coefficient) chips that are friendlier to use. Learn how this new technology resists common pond problems like solids buildup on the heater and damage from being exposed to the air.
Help your clients feel less stressful about winter, by the easy addition of pond De-icers. No one likes to lose a fish let alone a whole pond of them. Don’t let that happen to your clients. Learn how to maintain healthy oxygen levels so you have happy customers come spring.
Pond building expert shares his knowledge about the dos and don’ts of bottom drains. Including the reason why you should include bottom drains in your pond projects! Pond drains done right, add many benefits to the water circulation, water quality, and the ease of pond maintenance. So take a look and learn the fundamentals of the bottom drain.
Water gardens and ponds are genuinely green; learn how to explain these eco-friendly spaces to your prospects and customers. Ponds are closed aquatic systems that require minimal replacement water, in general 50% less than lawns or gardens. Learn about the hidden benefits of our environmentally friendly industry
With 31 years of experience Dave shares his specialty – faux rock. He learned this trade from faux rock pioneer Julian George; creator of the “Julian” method of making molds and faux rock art. His passion for designing and building extreme water features yields amazing results.