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Aquatic Plants & Animals for Your Pond & Aquarium.

Greenhouses & Hatcheries at 7125 Tanglewood Dr, Independence OH. 44131 1-800-524-3492

Hi-GPH Little Giant Water Garden Pumps

Hi-GPH Little Giant Water Garden Pumps

The Little Giant WGP pumps have an unique dual discharge design that can feed two water features at once. The oil-less submersible pump is designed for continuous operation. Tricker's has been selling Little Giant Pumps for water wardens for decades

Size: 8.10" W x 6.35" L

1900 gph WGP-65 is 9.6" High
3500 gph WGP-80 is 9.6" High
4280 gph WGP-95 is 11.00" High

Included: 16-ft cord. 1" barbed elbows that accept the black 1" non-kink tubing.

NOT Included: Tubing, clamps, pump filter sock.

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Little Giant Hi-GPH Pumps

America's Oldest Water Garden Specialist established in 1892
In the later 1920s and 1930s Tricker delivered aquatics locally via trucks to customers. This practice is still done today in newer vehicles.

William Tricker, Inc.® is a leading grower of aquatic plants and supplier of water garden products and aquarium supplies. Our aquatic greenhouses have produced superior plants for over a century. Customers have been receiving quality water plants and animals, some free, that make water gardening easy and fun to do. Purchase with confidence at Tricker's.

William Tricker (1853-1916) started commercial water lily culture in the United States in the late 1800's. He began experimenting in hybridizing water lilies and what helps their growth. The shape, colors and hardiness of his beautiful aquatic plants has withstood the test of time.

In the early 1890's, hybridization of water lilies gave him a reputation as a leader in aquatic plants. He established a water lily nursery and company in both Ohio and Pennsylvania that were passed down to his family until the 1980's when Richard Lee purchased the Ohio company. In 1892, the first William Tricker catalog was mailed to customers across the nation.

Read more about William Tricker and the historic water lily nursery here.