When buying plants, always look for aquatic plants that are safe for ponds and fish. I have heard pond owners say that they are afraid to add plants to the Koi pond due to diseases or parasites. Although some rare varieties of parasites may attach to plants, they are unlikely to cause harm to your kois or other pond fish. This is partly because aquatic pond plant growers take care to ensure that these pests are not in the growth tanks.
It is important to never recover plants from wilderness areas or natural lakes and ponds. These are uncontrolled situations due to contamination and the disposal of chemicals that can be transferred to your pond. This is also the most dangerous risk of parasites such as leeches or different types of larvae. Quarantine tanks are important for bringing new fish to your aquariums and can also be very useful for introducing new plants.
A plant start-up or quarantine tank can be useful not only for bringing plants from outside, but also for starting up any new plant. Plants usually have an adjustment period. Whether it's an older plant that is transferred from your pond or a new one purchased at the store, many plants can experience a little extinction and new growth before settling into the aquarium. Using a plant quarantine tank can prevent this from happening in your display tank.
That said, however, there is a species very similar to the common nardoo that is not known to be toxic, since the thiaminase present is in a lower dose than that present in the common nardoo; it even belongs to the same genus, so they are closely related and will function very similarly in your pond. I was browsing through discounted books on a shopping trip last winter, and I found a nice one on pond plants. With deep green vines that show off live flowers that open every morning, morning glories are often planted on trellises or near things they can climb over. To protect themselves from consumption, many plants produce toxins or secondary chemicals that can be toxic to some organisms, including pond fish.
Pond Informer is a growing community of pond professionals, environmentalists and science writers %26, passionate about everything related to ponds, wetlands and sustainable conservation. With their ability to be pruned into a well-formed shrub (for example, one that looks like an animal or a statue) or trained to become a mature tree with large swaying branches and fragrant needles, some pond owners like to have yew trees tilted over water. The toxin also seeps into the soil through the root system, so if you want to have a nut, plant it away from your pond. If it's Creeping Charlie, you're good to go and it shouldn't harm your fish or any other pond residents.
If any direct toxicities are omitted, at the very least, any apple (and conversely, fungi), that soil in the pond will certainly decay and have the potential to cause water quality problems if they are in large enough quantities. The pond is approximately 2000 gallons and pumps through two 55-gallon filter drums to a smaller pond and then overflows down a stream bed to the larger pond with the fish.