I have to say I really like the way you arranged the rocks and gravel in the 10 gallon tank. I try to keep from just using flat gravel in my tanks, though over time it often flattens back out, anyway.
That Texas Holey rock looks like it might be limestone based. If it is, the same advice goes for it as crushed coral, which is that it isn't appropriate for planted tanks. Also, I noticed that you seem to have an undergravel filter on your 10 gallon. That is not necessary in a planted tank and interferes with the growth of your plants. They don't like water flow near their roots and it can stunt their growth. At least that is what I have heard repeatedly, though I followed that advice without testing it myself.
Two 1 GA desktops, a 5 gallon, a 2.5 gallon, a 10 gallon, a 20 gallon, a 25 gallon, and two 75 gallon tanks, all planted.
I am an expert on algae, so ask me if you have questions. I know how to grow it, just not how to get rid of it.