The [IWAGUMI] Project Scree aquascape has evolved after almost 7 months with the original plant layout. Here's the original thread - viewtopic.php?f=35&t=12095 The hardscape concept, inspired from a mountaineering expedition to Snowdonia, Wales - To final full-tank shot - Keen to attempt Sozo Haishoku (creative plant rearrangement), I have kept the substrate and rock layout exactly the same. I have also left some hairgrass growing between the rocks. More hairgrass is planted around the perimeter, with crypts and Rotala in the background. Needle fern is growing in the ‘hole’ under the main stone. I have a few concerns – mainly to do with the new lighting and how the plants will adjust. Going from 1 x 24w T5 to 2 x 30w LED is a huge leap in PAR! I have upped CO2 and nutrients accordingly and deliberately suspended the new LED lighting quite high above the water. I am hoping this layout will be as pleasing as my previous effort. It will be a lot more maintenance, but I am happy with that, as I only have this is my main aquascaping tank now. I am also coming home every weekday, rather that staying at work during the week, so any issues can be addressed more immediately. New tank specification Aquarium 60x30x36cm German OptiWhite and cabinet supplied by Aqua Essentials (2007) Lighting 2 x TMC GroBeam 1000ND LED tiles (6500K, 8hrs) Filtration and heating Fluval G6, Hydor ETH300, Cal Aqua 17mm outlet, TMC 12mm inlet CO2 Dennerle system with 2Kg FE, solenoid, Boyu inline diffuser, 3BPS Substrate Unipac Maui Sand Hardscape Mini Landscape Rock Fertilisers Tropica Plant Nutrition+, 5ml per day Maintenance 2 x 50% water change per week, general pruning and cleaning Fish Neon tetras, Cherry shrimp Plants Eleocharis acicularis, Cryptocoryne parva, C. wendtii ‘green’, C. wendtii ‘brown’, Rotala sp. ‘green’, Microsorum pteropus ‘needle’ Here it is not long after the re-plant, and after fitment of the new LED lighting.