There can’t be more difference to move from aquascape to succulent scape. One need lot of water and the other hardly any. On the hand, there are as many if not more textural and color variance of succulents as aquatic plants. So I try it for the first time on my nano fish bowls. The bowls are hung on my west facing window that receive several hours direct sunlight, and I use LECA as media. The challenge is the bowls have no drain hole so I have to measure the right amount of watering and monitor carefully to avoid drowning. Another challenge is to select plants that stay small and not to overwhelm the nano size bowls. I can’t have live stock in succulent scape, but then I don’t have to deal with algae as in aquascape. I hope it will out for me. Has anybody tried.