Quarantine or Over Winter Laguna Tub Special

I have worked out a deal with Laguna for the following 2 specials.  Please let me know any questions

Option One

1 – Laguna Heavy Duty Pond 70”x47”X24” Around 200 gallons (Item Number PT796)

1 – Laguna Top Filter (Item Number PT771)

1 Laguna Max-Flo 600 Pump (PT9232)

All for $650.00 with Shipped (Lower 48)

Option Two

1 – Laguna Heavy Duty Pond 70”x47”X24” Around 200 gallons (Item Number PT796)

$500.00 Shipped (Lower 48)

Koi Show this weekend

Come over to the 2014 Carolina Koi Classic this weekend in Mint Hill.  I will be attending with many Great goldfish and they will have other Vendors with some great Koi and Hard-good Products



Now Offering Southern Delight Goldfish and Koi Food

First up is the Southern Delight Goldfish Food.  This blend of Color, Growth and Nutri pellets have my Goldfish going Crazy.  The pellets are floating and sinking mix, so all the goldfish are eating them at different depths in the ponds and aquariums.   It is like a feeding frenzy.  I will post a video shortly.  The producers of this fine food are owned and operated by Veterans, based out of Florida.  Here at River Garden, added this into our feeding rotations with the Repashy gel foods. 

Please let me know if you would like to try some of this great food.  Rivergardennursery@yahoo.com

Southern Delight Goldfish Food
Southern Delight Goldfish Food Lable
Southern Delight Goldfish Color Enhancing
Southern Delight Nutri
Southern Delight Aqua Vitamix
Southern Delight About

Short Video of some Calico Ranchu's

I am in the process of sorting through my Goldfish to determine what I want to bring down to the Orlando Show. I take them from the Tub and Place them into aquariums to make sure they look healthy and are ready for travel. I had my phone with me and shot this quick video. Just thought I would share. Enjoy

Not the best video, but I do like how these guys look

Direct Link if needed - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bVTX4SMpl-o

Under the Sea (GoPro Video of Goldfish)

So… In the recent record setting freezing low temps. we had last week, I had a pipe freeze and bust on one of my central filter systems.  I had to gather a bunch of my Goldfish from 2 different ponds and keep them all in a 300 gallon indoor tub.  I lost a few babies but all in all I was lucky to have saved the majority.


The results are some great video shots of a large collection of Goldfish in one area.  The water temp is only about 50 degrees in this video, so they are a little slow still.


Stars of the video are, Ranchu’s, Black Opals, Wakins, Calico Wakins, Sanke Golds, Pompoms, Black Moor, Lionheads, Short Tail Ryukin, Ryukin, and a few other special guest Goldfish.  I hope you enjoy


Direct Link to Part I: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EHTkSbw61hM