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35 gal. Plastic Pond Liner

$34.98 /each

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The 35 gal. Plastic Pond Liner is constructed from plastic for strength and flexibility. The flat-bottomed design provides stable plant and pump placement (plants and pump not included). The material is UV stable and is safe for use with fish (not included).

  • Plastic construction is strong, flexible and long lasting
  • Holds up to 35 gal.
  • Safe for use with fish and plants (not included)
  • UV-stable
  • Flat bottom for stable plant and pump placement (plants and pump not included)
  • Suitable for in-ground and above-ground installation

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The specs say that this item is 15" high but 39" deep. How can it be both? Doesn't that vertical dimension have to be either 15" or 39"???

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dear gracious7,
you are absolutely right. i was wondering the same thing. keep in mind that those who put the item in a box and ship it are only concerned about the dimensions that must be met for it to fit into it's box. so they might call the diameter 'width' or 'height' or 'length', depending on how it will be placed in the shipping box. the shipping box, when displayed, will probably be placed in an
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dear gracious7,
you are absolutely right. i was wondering the same thing. keep in mind that those who put the item in a box and ship it are only concerned about the dimensions that must be met for it to fit into it's box. so they might call the diameter 'width' or 'height' or 'length', depending on how it will be placed in the shipping box. the shipping box, when displayed, will probably be placed in an upright position, therefore making the diameter to be either height or width and making it's depth either height or width. from what i have seen of it, the true depth is 1.2' or 15" and it's DIAMETER is 39". the general, unspoken law of geometry assumes that a diameter is not to be mentioned as either length or width or height. the terms 'length' and 'width' apply ONLY to shapes that are not perfect circles.
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October 20, 2015
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The measurements are given in both feet and inches. They are:
Length 3.2 feet or 38.5 inches
Depth (front to back) 3.2 feet or 39 inches
Height 15 inches
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July 7, 2015
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It is about 3 feet deep in the center
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July 2, 2015
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If you look at the pond liner there is 2 different levels of this liner it is 39" depth but the next level is 15" we dug the exact dimensions looking at the liner and it fit perfectly
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15" high & 39" cubic " = 35 gal of water, that would be my guess;)
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May 25, 2015
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It is 39" wide (diameter), and 15" deep (vertical)
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Pond Algae

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How do I prevent algae from forming in pond?
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Algae is a water plant and like all plants it needs water, food and light. shading the water will prevent algae from getting out-of-hand but it will not stop algae growth entirely. well established reverse flow sand and gravel filters are known to keep algae in check but i know you don't have one, hence you have to ask the question. get a book that describes how to make a simple 'reverse flow sand and Read More
Algae is a water plant and like all plants it needs water, food and light. shading the water will prevent algae from getting out-of-hand but it will not stop algae growth entirely. well established reverse flow sand and gravel filters are known to keep algae in check but i know you don't have one, hence you have to ask the question. get a book that describes how to make a simple 'reverse flow sand and gravel filter' and follow the directions carefully. if you will do this, you will never have a problem with free-floating ('green water') algae again. allow a small amount of the 'carpet algae' if you have goldfish and/or koi in the pond. ...they love to eat the algae like a salad and it conditions the water by removing nitrogen and CO2 gases while releasing O2 (oxygen) during the daylight hours. if you remove all of the algae, the fish will not be as healthy. after using the reverse flow sand and gravel filter for about 2 to 6 weeks, the water should turn crystal clear. if it does not, the water either has not enough oxygen and/or you have not made the filter correctly. ..try again until you get it right because it is the BEST filter you can possibly obtain. ...and it only requires back flushing once or twice a year. if you don't have any living fauna or flora in the water and you insist on having no algae, go to where they sell swimming pool supplies and ask them how much acid and/or chlorine you will need to put in your (sterile) pond. swimming pools are devoid of algae because chlorine kills everything. people who work at Japanese Koi stores are usually happy with explaining to their customers how to build and maintain a reverse flow sand and gravel filter and if you don't want to make one you might want to ask them if they will make one for you. however, it won't be inexpensive if they make it for you...that's why you should build it on your own for a much cheaper investment cost! don't purchase a 'pressurized canister' type filter because you have to clean them at least 4 to 6 times a year, or more, depending on how fast your pond gets dirty. if you will install a cover over your pond that is made of 60% Sunscreen, and let it overlap your pond by no less than 40%, it will knock down the algae production tremendously by preventing excessive photosynthesis and also by keeping the water several degrees cooler, which slows down the growth of most aquatic plants. a sign of a healthy pond is crystal clear water that has no smell and fish that swim in a frisky manner and have a good appetite. make sure that you have plenty of aeration and proper circulation in the pond because the filter will work best when the water is well oxygenated. the cost of the filter, if you decide to make it yourself: around $70 to $100 depending on how good you are at making things. it will require these items: PVC pipe of 2 different diameters, a burlap sack, a half sheet of 1/4" plexiglass (acrylic plastic), an empty plastic bucket, some PVC primer and cement, some washed silica sand and some washed pea gravel or equivalent amount of 'natural rock' aquarium gravel. you will also need a drill motor, one 1/4" drill bit, a hack saw fitted with a metal cutting blade and a good pair of scissors to cut the burlap to the correct dimensions.. good luck! Read Less
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July 21, 2015
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Keep it out of direct sunlight. No sunlight, no algae.
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we use Jungle Algae Relief. It controls green water & string algae can be used with plants and fish. We also use Jungle Pond Start Maintenance
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I've heard hydrogen peroxide works
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Can this pond be left out in winter?

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I am using this as an above ground pond. If it is left out in the winter months with the water in it, will it crack? I live in the Detroit, Michigan, area.
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contact the manufacturer to get the 'material data sheet' so you can be sure of the (cold) temperature characteristics of the product. if it cracks when the water reaches the freezing point, the manufacturer would be sure to know it. the material data sheet should contain that kind of data as well as other useful info.
there are many different kinds of plastics and they have a wide variety of
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contact the manufacturer to get the 'material data sheet' so you can be sure of the (cold) temperature characteristics of the product. if it cracks when the water reaches the freezing point, the manufacturer would be sure to know it. the material data sheet should contain that kind of data as well as other useful info.
there are many different kinds of plastics and they have a wide variety of characteristics such as tolerance to temperature extremes, melting points, flash points, etc. you won't have to guess if you get the material data sheet.
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I live in Memphis, TN and the pond is left out all winter here.
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July 21, 2015
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I live in Boston. I'm leaving mine out but it is buried and I will cover it and bring the fish in.
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I do not know if the pond will crack or not, but if you have any fish in it they will not survive the winter in your weather. My winters are not harsh here, but I bring my fish inside when my pond starts to freeze (I have an extra tank just for them). Small ponds freeze too fast for the fish metabolism to adjust (in most areas, 4' deep allows them to survive hard winters).
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can this pond be free standing or does it have to be put in the ground?

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1st option: i would suggest that it is better to install it below ground since ponds that are above ground have the undesired effect of rapid temperature change and are more likely to develop a leak. also, assuming that you might have the desire to put a few fish in your pond liner, keep in mind that rapid fluctuations in temperature are bad for fish. a quick change in the water temperature can cause a Read More
1st option: i would suggest that it is better to install it below ground since ponds that are above ground have the undesired effect of rapid temperature change and are more likely to develop a leak. also, assuming that you might have the desire to put a few fish in your pond liner, keep in mind that rapid fluctuations in temperature are bad for fish. a quick change in the water temperature can cause a fish to die from shock. 'below ground' ponds have the advantage of being able to dodge rapid fluctuations in temperature because the surrounding ground acts as a heat/cold insulator.
2nd option: if you happen to live in an area that is known for very cold winter weather you should consider leaving it free standing instead (above ground) so you can bring it inside to keep it from freezing. however, a 35 gallon pond liner, filled with water to the recommended level, will contain approximately 280 lbs of water. adding to that the weight of the pond liner, the weight would be approaching somewhere near 285 lbs or so. putting it on a sturdy, low-profile cart that has some heavy duty wheels would be a smart thing to do. don't forget that if you have a 285 lb cart on wheels, you might also need a strong, sturdy, gently sloping ramp too. ..the wheels that support the weight of the cart should have locks on ALL of the wheels.
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July 7, 2016
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Yes, the pond does require in ground installation.
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It should be able to be freestanding. Other reviews show it being used this way.
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Rated 4.9 out of 5 by 44 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Pond liner Ordered on line for in store pickup , arrived quickly . Worked out great, love it , built a above ground fountain❗️❗️❗️❗️❗️ July 5, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great starter pond Wanted a small backyard pond since this was our first one, decided on this one. Installing was fairly easy, unless you're digging in Georgia clay like my hubby had to. Dressed up with a few plants, filter and rocks and we were set. Made my waterfall spiller from a dustpan. Oh yeah, even added 4 fish, 2 goldfish and 2 small koi. Planning a larger one next year and transfer the fish. August 12, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great value I built a zen garden in my yard, using this pond as the focal point. The material is very thick and sturdy. The depth is perfect, as we put a pedestal and a fountain in the center. I also love the 3 shelves in it, as you can place pots of water plants on them- they are the perfect height for the calla lilies and mini papyrus. I also have some water lettuces and hyacinths floating in the pond (see pic). Overall, I love this pond and hope to enjoy our zen garden for many years. July 7, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Mini koi pond. Sturdy thick plastic. No filter needed for koi. Air breathers. Works perfectly. Buried in the ground to top lip of rim. Rocks add beauty. It's ok to stare. Three small fish swim in harmony. July 21, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Pond Liners make GREAT hairspray can lids! The pond liner that we purchased worked perfectly as the top of a spray can for our large (36" diameter, 8 feet tall) hairspray can for the musical, "Hairspray." May 17, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great find! Couldn't believe I found the exact lower pond replacement liner at Home Depot. Ordered it online and picked it up a few days later. Went in perfectly. Easy from start to finish. I should get another 20 years out of this one. April 19, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by This is a great product Pretty sturdy while still light weight, easy to clean - a perfect size for corner pond - please check the pictures June 17, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Thinking outside the box - perfect solution I ordered two of these pond liners, but didn't use them as intended. Instead, I partially buried them into a raised bed and created a planting area for annuals. This allows me to amend the soil as needed and keeps planting area clearly defined. I placed rocks around the lip of the liner for a more natural look. I also punched holes in the bottom for drainage. I originally was going to purchase large bowls, but the cost was prohibitive for the sizes that I wanted. This was inexpensive and looks great. September 17, 2014
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