Native Pond Snails - Nature's Clean Up Crew
Snails are often overlooked but they are an important part of any pond's ecosystem. They clean up the environment and recycle material by feeding on decaying plant leaves, dead animal material, algae, and uneaten fish food. They are themselves eaten by larger animals, such as big fish and some aquatic birds. Plus they are also rather cute and fun to watch! If you don't have the space or the time to keep fish in your pond, how about having a few shelled residents - several of our native snails are large and some are surprisingly colourful.
All of our stock is purpose-bred on site - none are collected from the wild, or imported. All of our snails are species native to the British Isles.
It is advisable to keep snails away from large fish (such as koi) which may be tempted to eat them. If using medicines in your pond to treat your fish for disease, please remember that most of these chemicals are poisonous to snails.