Yeah those Aqueon CFL bulbs will do just fine for plants, but it's a bit on the heavy high light side since each bulb is 10 watts, and since your fixture is for 2 bulbs, so if you used two bulbs, it would be 20 watts for a 6.5 gallon is quite a high number and you could grow some high light plants. So I think you might have to really adjust the lighting time to short periods and etc so it can work well with your anubias. Anubias are easy to get algae especially if the lighting is very strong, and there isn't a balance. By the way, I think the 10 gallon filter is enough, the bigger the filter, the more water flow.. which isn't that good because if it's too strong, it will likely mess up your substrate, cause stress for your fish, and everything else unless you can find a way to decrease the water flow the filter is producing. Some good plants for the foreground would be Dwarf sag, Marsilea Minuta, HG.
Are you planning to set up a low-tech planted tank? If you are, you should get some low light plants to start off like Java ferns, crypts, anacharis, anubias, etc.
Good luck, Dave. And welcome to ThePlantedTank.