Go ahead, fish around. The fish don't bite here and the water is warm.
Be sure to check-out our Premium Quality Koi & Butterfly Koi.
We at Swimming Flowers Fishery breed and provide a large variety of Koi fish that will turn any pond from ordinary to eclectic and unique.
Koi fish originated from Niigata, Japan in the early 19th century. They are omnivorous fish that eat a wide variety of foods including peas, lettuce, and watermelon. Koi food is designed to not only be nutritionally balanced but also to float when in water as this encourages the fish to come to the surface. Koi fish have been recorded to live up to 100-200 years.
Sizes range from 3"- 4" up to 28"- 30"
Calico coloured goldfish with some iridescent scales, and a single, long tale. Sizes range from 3" - 4" up to 10" - 12"
Due to the Comet's hardy and active nature, and the relative ease in caring for them, they are the breed best suited to ponds and outdoor pools. Comets have a life span of 5-14 years and may live longer in optimal conditions. They also pair well with Koi. Sizes range from 2.5" up to 10" - 12"
Comet tailed goldfish with an all-white body, long fins, and a long straight tail. Sizes range from 3"-4" up to 10"12"
Comet-tailed goldfish with strong red and white patches, long fins and a long straight tail. Sizes range from 3" - 4" up to 10" - 12"
Straight tailed goldfish with an apricot coloured transparent scaled body and a rosy pink glow where the gills show through, just like the "blush on a ripe apricot". Sizes range 4" - 5" and 5" - 6"
This beautiful goldfish has a large, round body and shimmering scales along with the same long, flowing split tail fin of all Oranda varieties. When the fish stops swimming, the delicate tail fans out, looking much like the petals of a flower. image
The Calico Fantail boasts an exciting palette of red, orange, and black markings against a field of pearl white. This splendid color variation has an artistic, painted quality that makes each Calico Fantail a unique piece of living art. The Calico Fantail Goldfish is distinguished by its forked caudal fin, which forms a symmetrical pair resembling butterfly wings. All fins are well proportioned and slightly rounded.
The Red Fantail is a goldfish that possesses an egg-shaped body, a high dorsal fin, a long quadruple caudal fin, and no shoulder hump, along with a bright & vibrant shade of red. Sizes: 3” - 4” up to 6" - 8"
A rather plump, sturdily built fish with a deep golden body; the Golden Orfe brings eclectic and vibrant color to any size pond. Sizes: 3” - 4” 4” - 6”
A Tadpole is the larval stage in the life cycle of an amphibian. Tadpoles have some features that may not be found in adult amphibians such as a lateral line, gills, and tails. As they undergo metamorphosis, the diet of tadpoles changes and they will start to breathe air. Sizes: Med/Large
Crayfish are freshwater crustaceans resembling small lobsters (to which they are related). Sizes: 2” - 4”
As a member of a large family of slow-swimming scaleless fish, the Gold Catfish is a vibrant and eye-catching addition to any pond. Sizes: 3” - 4” up to 6" - 8"
The shell is conical and thin but solid, with a sharp apex and relatively higher spire and distant body whorl. Sizes: Med/Large