Oak Haven Farms Pond Keepers
We Specialize in Maintaining Garden Pond Sanctuaries
Owned & Operated by: Lonnie Ward
Lonnie has a degree in "Environmental Horticulture" and has been designing and maintaining decorative garden ponds and waterfalls for 10 - 15 years. We service ponds in Muscogee, Harris, Russell, Lee and Chambers Counties. We also sell Imported Japanese Koi and raise Domestic Koi. (Butterfly and Regular Koi) Call for an appointment to come see our selection. (706)325-5698 Lonnie also has a "Veterinary Technology" degree and can work with local Veterinarians to help with sick or injured Koi or Goldfish in water gardens. (We do not work in fishing lakes or fishing ponds)
Glenn Ward (Lonnie's husband) assists Lonnie with the pond maintenance and raising domestic and imported Japenese koi.
Our goal is to help our customers create their own water garden sanctuary, a place of natural beauty and serenity in their own back yard.
"Oak Haven Farms Pond Keepers" has a variety of aquatic plants available, such as the Water Lily shown above. (We also have Lotus, Parrots Feather, Ornamental Grass and all kinds of Iris).
We charge a consultation fee for coming out to evaluate any problems you might be having with your pond or water feature. We also work with contractors who are considering building a small pond for a customer, so that they use the best environmentally safe filtration system and custom aeration system for the pond.
Our grandson Liam has been diagnosed with KCNQ2 (Epilepsy Gene Mutation), causing him to have seizures since birth. Liam's doctor says that he is only one of five in the United States with this disease. He is now severely delayed in his development and requires special medications and special medical equipment. If you would like to donate to help benefit Liam, our family would appreciate your donation and your prayers. Many, many, many thanks!
Checks payable to: Upatoi Baptist Church (for: Liam Trioche fund)
Upatoi Baptist Church, 13400 Macon Rd., Upatoi,GA 31829
To read Liam's full story go to: http://www.caringbridge.org/visit/liamtricoche