Olympian Water Gardens – Garden Ponds & Water Features Manchester
18 Lower Bank, Denton, Manchester M34 3TA, UK

Koi Ponds are one of the most rewarding features you can add to your garden.

Imagine stepping outside your home into your very own oasis, complete with a beautiful koi pond. Sit back, relax, and enjoy the soothing sights and sounds of running water and beautiful koi fish. Feel the cares of the world slip away as you enjoy your personal pond!

Olympian water gardens ecosystem koi ponds are self-sustaining, require very little maintenance, and provide an opportunity to have koi & fish as pets, without the regular upkeep of an indoor aquarium.
Pond plants give you the chance to broaden your gardening horizons with choices that go beyond the standard petunia and roses. Bird lovers will delight in the new variety of feathered friends that will flock to your garden

Spend quality time relaxing by your koi pond with family and friends. You’ll wonder why you waited so long to enhance your yard with a beautiful Olympian water garden!

How an ecosystem Pond Works

Skimmer (mechanical filter): This will not only pre-filter the water and house the pump; it will also skim debris from the water’s surface to prevent the accumulation of organic materials on the pond floor.

BioFalls biological filter): Provide a surface area for beneficial bacteria to colonize and remove excess nutrients from the water.

Pumps: an efficient circulation system will keep the water moving and provide the necessary oxygen levels for healthy koi fish and plants.

Rocks and gravel: provide a tremendous surface area for beneficial bacteria to break down excess nutrients in the water and dissolved organic debris on the pond floor.
Fish: will reduce koi pond maintenance as they graze on string algae and bottom feed on the pond floor.

Koi also make very enjoyable pets, providing hours of natural entertainment.

Plants: Mother Nature’s true filters, plants are great for adding character to a pond by providing color and texture, but from a filtration perspective, they’re second to none. Thriving from the excess nutrients in a pond and depriving algae of its food source, the aquatic plants in a water garden, given proper coverage, are critical for the overall health of the ecosystem.