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Perhaps you can do dwarf sag or Marsilea hirsuta. Both are considered easy plants to grow and would look great in the foreground, espcially M. hirsuta.
The M. Hirsuta is beautiful 😍
Hoping to find a very low growing plant, love the way it looks.
 

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Pic shows what I ordered. Will order more next month.
Still worrying over what to order for my low foreground plant. Love the Dwarf Baby Tears and Phoenix Moss but don't know if I have enough lighting for them.
I wouldn't bother with the Anubias. the rest of the plants look good tho. :)

Pygmy chain sword plants are a great low growing plant. Their leaves are about 1-2 inches long and they spread by runners.

Your bonsai look good. It is impressive to see little trees that look like big mature trees. I have a lot of respect for people who do bonsai because they can make some really good looking miniature trees. They are works of art :)
 

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Hi and welcome to TFF. Maybe you can post a topic of those bonsais in another section overhere. I truly do love bonsais. But I don't have them at my place. But instead I own a number of plastic bonsais. I'm not the best maintainer when it comes to real bonsais.
 

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