Name: aquaticmaniac Tank Dimensions (Height/Width/Depth): 10cmx21cmx10cm Aquascape Name: Foothill Valley Hardscape/Materials used: Stones, sand, small pebbles, twigs, and rock chips. Plants: Java moss, Eleocharis sp., spiky moss, a few bits of fissidens, and unIDed moss. Fertilisation: N/A About the aquascape: Today I received the 3mm thick plexiglass that I will be using to make the tank. I also have been finalising my hardscape with a rock I found in the garden. The rock had been in my 40g, but I had decided it was too small. I broke it into pieces and am still deciding on the final arrangement. I am waiting for some java moss to arrive, but I'm invisioning a scape with low moss growing amongst the rocks. I would have preferred to use a carpeting plant, but since I don't have decent substrate, I will be going with moss and having fun with that instead. According to my calculator, the volume comes to 2.4 liters. The plants are all from other set ups I have (except the Java moss which was kindly donated by saintly). The substrate is nothing special, which is why I'm not even attempting more difficult stems, etc. Lighting is negligible, and is basically provided by the larger tank beside it. (In the final week, I put this tank in the window with 8h of light per day.) Total cost: Â£3.83 Here are some shots of a few of the hardscape ideas I've been playing around with. I'm liking this one so far. Ignore the little rocks in the background I like this one also. I'm not sure about this; it's not ideal, but I was just playing with more height. Plexiglass in all its film-protected glory EDITED TO ADD: As it's come to a close, the 'scape did reasonably well with no ferts, CO2, decent lighting, etc. Obviously it could have been much better with a bit more care and attention. There was a small build up of diatoms near the bottom, but no major algae problems to speak of. For spending under a fiver, though, I'm happy with the outcome. I'm definitely reusing the tank I made; I love the proportions.