So my Fluval Flex 15 gallon is set up and currently cycling without fish. Right now it has a bonsai driftwood tree with marimo moss balls attached, two pieces of dragon stone, and a couple fake plants. I was considering removing the fake plants and adding live plants but I wanted some advice first. If I add live plants I do not want them buried in my gravel, instead I would like them attached to small pieces of driftwood or dragon stone that just sit on the bottom of my tank. I have a lot of extra dragon stone to use but no driftwood. Here’s my questions, first of which is better to attach plants too? Driftwood or dragon stone? Secondly if I attach the plants to driftwood or dragon stone myself what adhesive would I use? I have aquarium sealant (not sure if that would work) but I don’t have super glue. Third, which plants would be best for this purpose? I was thinking java fern and anubias, but I know very little about plants. I mainly want them for the back of my tank and one or two on the sides. Fourth, does anyone know where I could buy these plants already attached to driftwood or stone? I know aquatic arts sells them but I think they are all out of stock, anyone have any ideas? Lastly and most importantly how do I care for these plants? The Fluval Flex is a low light aquarium I believe. Would the plants need liquid fertilizer or anything like that? Like I said I know basically nothing about aquatic plants and this is my first tank ever so please share any and all information or advice you have with me. Thanks!