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Dutch style is a form of aquascaping an aquarium with lots of plants.
Basically you pack fill an aquarium with large numbers of different species of plants, with the front plants being shorter than the rear. The plants will usually be terraced (or placed in rows) in two or threes. There must be no symmetry in the design and you need to choose high contrasting plant colours. Always remembering that the plants are the main focus of the display.
You may include a few plain fish in it...
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