Just shy of two years ago I bought an Aqua One Aspire 22 tank from P@H when it was on offer with the intention of creating a planted tank for a Betta. At £55 for a tank, lid, LED, heater and filter it was too good a deal to turn down. The filter is terrible and has gone in the spare parts drawer but the rest of the tank is pretty neat. That tank is a 30cm cube and essentially the same as the Nano 30 but without the back compartment for the filter. Tank was flooded a week ago with a bit of frogbit in there and a sponge filter. Currently still trying to figure out what filter I will end up using but the I might as well leave the sponge in there at the minute. I inherited a 1l bag of Tropica Planted Substrate so this went in capped with around 5cm of Hugo Kamishi Black Gravel (2-4mm) which has a bit of a gloss look to it and the tank was flooded last week. A few emails and phone calls to Aquarium Gardens later and my boxes of goodies turned up today. Hardscape is: 3 small bits of Redmoor wood and few twigs 3 Grey Mountain Stone rocks Fauna is: Moss balls x2 Anubias Nana Mini Mini x2 Buce Red Buce Wavy Green Crypt Parva Crypt Lucens Crypt Nevellii Murdannia Keisak Frogbit (from other tank) Haven't had time to do much so wood is soaking in a bucket and plants have been added to the tank still in their pots. Looking at the picture now I am not 100% sure which Crypt is which... Of the two at the front, the one with more slender leaves in the Parva right? The dragon is the result of taking a two year old into a fish shop but think I may have more than enough plants to go round Hopefully I will get a little time to myself over the next few days to play around with the hardscape so I can get it all in and start planting over the weekend.