So hereâ€™s my set up journal of my first proper planted tank. Hereâ€™s a picture of the tank beforehand: Hereâ€™s my plan for the new set up, which like all good plans, is only a vague guide: Equipment Specifications â€¢ Tank- Juwel Vision 180 (92cm W x 40cm H x 55cm L), 180L â€¢ Lighting- o 2x 25w T8 (arcadia freshwater + juwel nature), o additional 2x 39w T5 (856 + grolux-http://www.lampspecs.co.uk/ )Hagen GLO T5 controller-http://www.ukpetsupplies.com/Details.aspx?ProdId=3088&CatId=1350&ParentId=1349 â€¢ Filtration o Juwel internal- 600 Lph o Tetratec ex1200- 1200 LpH â€¢ Pressurised Co2 with timed solenoid control. â€¢ Fertilisation planned- o Seachem Flourish 5ml 2x/ wk o PMDD 9ml/ day (KNO3, KPO4) Plants currently in tank: â€¢ Java fern â€¢ Egeria densa â€¢ Amazon sword â€¢ Water wisteria â€¢ Mushroom plant â€¢ Vallis Plants ordered from Greenline â€¢ Monoselium tenernum â€¢ Christmas moss â€¢ Taiwan moss â€¢ Eleocharis parvulus â€¢ Glossostigma elatinoides â€¢ Echinodorus paniculatus â€¢ Echinodorus brevipedicellatus â€¢ Ceratophyllum demersum â€¢ Ludwigia natans So, Wednesday morning, got everything cleared away and ready to spring into action as soon as the plants arrived, which they did at 1100. Very good service from Greenline by the way, well recommended. Good healthy plants (to my untrained eye), well packaged, not crushed. Washed and arranged the plants, keeping them moist with a damp tea towel. Then took out the big piece of lava rock to tie the moss onto that. I thought that it would be quite fiddly and take a bit of time, so best get it out of the way first. Have attached some monoselium near the bottom which is a bit shaded, then Taiwan moss midway and Christmas moss at the top. Iâ€™d read that taxiphyllum species grow quicker than vesicularia so hoping the Taiwan moss will spread quickly. Left a small grid to grow on its own as well.