Hi All. Long time no scape! As the wedding season has now tailed off I decided to re-do my nano with some seiryu Ive had for a few years but never used. Specs Tank: ADA Cube Garden Mini M - 36x22x26cm / 5mm optiwhite glass Hardscape: Seiryu Stone Co2: Pressurised via Do!Aqua Music Glass - Mini 10D, Music Counter and ADA grey parts set Lighting: ADA Mini-M - Solar 27W light Filtration: Fluval 205 external to Outlet - Cal Aqua Nano outlet Inlet - Do!Aqua Violet Glass mini MV-1 13D Heating: None as its in a centrally heated room. Substrate: ADA Power Sand Special topped with a mix of new and recycled ADA Amazonia - Penac P & W and tourmaline for good measure (yes i know its not needed but i might as well use what I have!) Ferts per day: TPN + and Brighty K then EI to follow when I run out of TPN Critters: Red Cherry Shrimp, fish undecided yet plants to include - fissidens, 1-2 grow HC, hairgrass mini, hydro sp japan, amania SP bonsai. Here's the tank stripped down, cleaned then had the powders and power sand added. removed from the edges so it doesnt show then covered with amazonia ada mini m 1 by Stu Worrall Photography, on Flickr Initial hardscape then added another and wetted as I wasn't happy with the back left. There are 5 stones in there and the big stone is actually made up of 2 which slotted together nice ada mini m 2 by Stu Worrall Photography, on Flickr Planting of the grass and HC started. Really love the mini grass out of the 1-2 grow as its so much easier to cut sections than with rock wool. I didn't do too well with the HC though. I bought tow pots and they stayed in the same place waiting to go in but one changed colout to an off green and the other was ok. When they went into the tank you could see the difference and the upshot is that the off green has melted and the other is doing fine ada mini m 3 by Stu Worrall Photography, on Flickr Planted up and running. I decided to grade my amazonia so the bottom layer is sieved big particles then the top is what was left over plus powder. ada mini m 4 by Stu Worrall Photography, on Flickr Its had two water changes since but im having to keep the flow real slow otherwise it blasts away the slope on the left!