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We all make mistakes, lord hows I have in this hobby!
The fact that you are here trying to figure out the right way and are taking the advice to heart shows how much you want to learn and care about the fish to do so.
If the Java fern and Anubias are planted that way just simply pull them up a lil till you see the rhizome. That's the base where the roots come out the bottom side and the leaves come out the top. As long as the rhizome is sitting on the substrate and buried it will be fine. I have some of mine that way.
The plants that are heavy root feeds such as swords, crypts, Vals they need root tabs. Stems like your wisteria don't. But both benefit from liquid like the comprehensive.
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