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Ramshorn snails are a brilliant way to keep your pond clean, healthy and full of life. These useful insects will keep your pond clear by eating away at algae on the sides of your pond.
"Snails arrived quickly in good conditions"
Reviewed Friday, 2 November 2018
"They were all healthy. Seemed happy"
Reviewed Tuesday, 2 October 2018
"Snails were well packed and alive. Arrived promptly."
Reviewed Monday, 10 September 2018
"Great snails, wonderful to see swimming around pond eating algae.Good size, look forward to seeing a lot more next spring!"
Reviewed Sunday, 2 September 2018
"Very happy and healthy snails, well packaged and larger than expected seem to have travelled fine now happily feasting on algae in my pond"
Reviewed Monday, 27 August 2018
"I was very impressed with the speed of delivery and the careful packaging of these Ramshorn snails. They all arrived in good condition and were easy to unroll from their wet paper. They were grazing within minutes of being released into the ponds and I've spotted two or three happily gliding about in the shallow end during the days since they arrived."
Reviewed Wednesday, 8 August 2018
"Felt a bit sad that they had to go through the postal system but all arrived intact :) Since putting them into the pond I haven't seen them, so not sure how they're doing."
Reviewed Tuesday, 7 August 2018
"Arrived healthy and well. Quite small but maybe young. Also ordered plants which may have had snails in so ended up with more than five. Still have algae and having to use chemicals too but maybe they will help keep it under control. Took over a week to arrive so was worried they would be dead on arrival but they are fine. Primrose must be slow to dispatch rather than delivery taking ages."
Reviewed Wednesday, 25 July 2018
"very good well packed buy from again"
Reviewed Wednesday, 18 July 2018
"Travelled well in excellent packing and soon at home on algae,"
Reviewed Thursday, 12 July 2018