How does it work?
Activate the Grow and Bloom Guarantee within one week of receiving the product.
After this, we offer a 6-month warranty on our aquatic plants.
What do we expect from you?
Also keep in mind that plants will not sprout until spring. Planting in the winter is possible, but growth will not begin until several months later.
If all conditions are met and the plant still does not want to grow? You will receive a voucher from us worth the purchase price of the defective item, valid for 3 months.
Most common mistakes
5 examples of mistakes often made when placing aquatic plants.
1.Plants too deep in the pond
Plants too deep, causing plants to "drown. When plants are placed too deep in the pond, it will inhibit growth. The packaging always lists a minimum and maximum depth. Start by putting the plants at the minimum depth. The plant can then sprout quickly under the influence of heat and sunlight. Once it has sprouted, then the basket can be placed at the desired depth, but never deeper than indicated on the package
2.Not enough aquatic plants in the pond
Too few aquatic plants, no balance in the pond, also causes a lot of algae growth. which chokes plants and the pond does not reach biological balance.
3.Plants near fountain, filter or pump.
A pump or filter can cause the plant to struggle and will interfere with a plant's optimal growth.
4.Big fish in the pond
These fish love aquatic plants and will have eaten the plant before it has a chance to grow. Always put the plants in a part of the pond where the fish cannot reach them.
5.Placing plants too dry.
Putting plants higher than the minimum depth on the package can also be harmful to the plant. The water can then get too hot and cause the plant to break down.
5 pond planting tips
Read here 5 tips from Simon on how to best place pond plants in the pond.