Spec- Tank size: 20L Arcadia Arc Tank Filter: supplied Arcadia Classica filter (200 lph. internal-may replace this at a later date) Light: 9w Arcpod Substrate: Unipac gravel, ADA Forest Sand Xingu, TGM graded gravels Hardscape: LFS landscape rock Flora: Taxiphyllum Barbieri, maybe some Anubias Bonsai eventually but I havn't had experience with any Anubias so I'm not sure of their requirements. Background Thought I'd replace my dads nasty orange gravel, plastic plant 17 litre tank with a dying filter with something a bit nicer. Currently it's inhabitants are 4 Gold Cloud Mountain Minnows and a single Garra Flavatra. For the new tank low maintenance was the main aim. I used mostly gravel over sand for ease of cleaning. The 9 watt Arcpod limited me in my plant choice so I stuck with moss which would grow nice and slow. Despite everyones useful suggestions of re-using the orange gravel in a plastic tray at the back I ended up using a handful of sand from my nano with some old tank water to keep it wet. Main rock placement. Smaller rocks added and a slight composition change to be concave instead of a single slope. Moss stones added. Finished scape.