Yep, completely stock. I added a small aerator since I had a spare, and I don't completely trust the filter and tight-fitting lid to oxygenate the water. And switched the bulbs for some GE full spectrums I had on hand, which makes the tank look
brighter; but virtually any bulb will grow plants about the same. Some 6500K "daylight" bulbs would look great in there.
Substrate is plain gravel, with nothing added.
Plants are wisteria and hornwort. I did have a swordplant in there a long time ago, it neither grew nor looked unhealthy. I moved it to a higher light tank, and it hardly grew in there either until I added root tabs; so maybe that's all it would have needed. Aponogetons (commonly known as Betta Bulbs) would probably do great in this tank; they resemble swords and have their own food supply in the bulbs, which will last them a few months.
Fish are guppies, platys, and swords. This is currently where I keep excess livebearers, and it's usually well stocked (and sometimes overstocked) until I find something to do with them. They just keep breeding...
Inverts are red ramshorn snails, pond snails, and mystery snails. None of which are required for algae control, since this tank has never grown any algae worth mentioning. I have to feed them algae chips.
The fish produce plenty of nitrates and phosphates for plant growth. I used to add Flourish for iron and other trace minerals, but stopped since I couldn't see any difference. I've never tried adding anything else (dry ferts, potassium, CO2, Excel, etc).
I do a 50% water change every week or two.
It's about as low-maintenance as you can get, which is the way I like it; since my other, fancier tanks are more demanding.