SoI've come to find myself in a bit of a pickle. As I am most likely moving in late December/early January. Now normally that wouldn't be an issue, but in the last few years I have lived here not only have I taken up growing and caring for Nepethes, but I have also taken up keeping betta fish as hobby. Now i won't be facing the main issue here until a few months from now, but because My hobbies include things that like warm climates, moving in the heart of winter probably isnt the best thing for them( Especially when you take into consideration that i live in Colorado, and that it snowed a little bit yesterday already) but I don't have many other options. I don't want to put my plants or my fish in the way of harm transporting them with these cold temperatures. I think that since I am currently fishless cycling my tank, I could keep supplementing the ammonia to it until after I move(still gotta figure out how to move everything from it without crashing the cycle). But I'm not sure what to do with my plants, one of them is a monstrosity of a Nep. But as I said a moment ago I do not want to harm the plant. So any word from you lovely folks about how I could safely move these things, especially without crashing the cycle of my tank, and if you think it would be better to get a fish instead of trying to supplement ammonia until the move is done. Do any of you have experience moving with tanks that are up and running or still cycling or with moving monstorsities of plants(and causing as little harm as possible in the cold)?