Christmas tree lights in April?

SotaAquatics

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Nope, just some cherries hanging out.
 

Betta'sAnonymous

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Never too early/late to hang Christmas lights!
 

AggressiveAquatics

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This reminded me that for some Reason my neighbors are putting up Christmas lights yesterday. They’re pretty old so maybe they thought it was Christmas time
 

Cory04

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Betta'sAnonymous said:
Never too early/late to hang Christmas lights!
It's literally snowing here in MI
 

richiep

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Thats brilliant
 
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SotaAquatics

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Cory04 said:
It's literally snowing here in MI
No, don't you say that S word. I live in Minnesota and saw a small amount of flurries yesterday and today but not much at least... hopefully it ends soon!
 

Betta'sAnonymous

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Cory04 said:
It's literally snowing here in MI
We got that monday.
 
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Coradee

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I was just about to ban you for mentioning Christmas in April! j/k
Great shot they do almost look like lights in a tree
 

ROFEA

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They are so cute! What type of plant is that? I had a similar plant but the leaves grew out and wide so that it's difficult to see past . I like that you can see through the layers. They look very happy!
 
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SotaAquatics

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ROFEA said:
They are so cute! What type of plant is that? I had a similar plant but the leaves grew out and wide so that it's difficult to see past . I like that you can see through the layers. They look very happy!
Pearlweed, seems to be the one plant that I have failed to kill so far. I really like it, can trim it short like a carpet, medium height, or it even works as a tall background plant in smaller 12 inch tall tanks. Spreads via runners and grows nice and thick. Only thing I have that grows faster is the shrimp colony itself...
 

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