Last year I heard about a small business located in Eagle, Wisconsin called Windy Oaks Aquatics that sells pond plants and fish. I was curious so I checked it out last summer while I was camping at a nearby campground and was surprised to see it packed with plants. I went back today and decided to write a little about it. I got a pamphlet and I took a few photos as well. I counted about 5 or 6 display ponds and water features on their property. It was really cool seeing their own plants growing in their ponds. They have many species of plants for sale. In fact, I have yet to find another place in southeastern Wisconsin that even comes close to the variety here. Last summer they had 7 or 8 greenhouses full of plants. Today they didn't have too many since its so early in the season, and I heard they lost quite a few due to how bitterly cold this winter was. Having been there last summer, I know their greenhouses are packed full. Here are two of about 8 or 9 pages of plants they carry: They also sell fish. I can't remember every type, but they ones I remember seeing listed were Koi, Butterfly Koi, Shubunkin, Comets, and Bull Frog Tadpoles. I know they had one or two other kinds as well. They're own ponds bring in a lot of wildlife too including turtles and frogs. When it comes down to my personal review, its pretty simple. As I said, no other business in the area carries the variety of plants this place does. Its always nice finding a local business like this because they know what they're talking about and they care about what they're doing. They seemed to be really kind and helpful, which alone makes me appreciate their business so much more. Their plants and fish were both really healthy looking. I'd say this is definitely a place to check out if you're in the area. I'm sure you'll find what you're looking for and likely a lot that you didn't even plan on! Unfortunately they do not currently have a working website. We went not knowing their hours or phone number at the time. As it turned out, they were closed (they're only open 3 or 4 days a week) but still gladly allowed us to look around and select what we wanted.