Just list, as exact as possible, what you have and how far the bulbs are from the top of the gravel.
But to be honest/w you I tend to 98% shy away from bald face lies common in corporate America today such as
that statement "guaranteed success aquarium kit".
Actually I think it would be hard to list any particular info about that light except it's an LED.
2 Amazon Swords (Echinodorus cordifolius), 8-10 inches long,
1 Java Fern (Microsorium pteropus) - 2-3 inches long,
1 Anubias barteri "Broad Leaf" - 5-7 inches long,
2 Bunches of Java Moss (Vesicularia)
2 Crypt Wendtii "Green"(Cryptocoryne wendtii) - young plants 2-3 inches long,
4 stems of Limnophila aquatica - 7-8 inches long,
4 stems of Ludwigia "Cuba" - 7-8 inches long,
5 stems of Rotala rotundifolia - 7-8 inches long,
5 stems of Ludwigia inclinata - 7-8 inches long,
5 stems of Didiplis diandra - 6-7 inches long
5 stems of Water Wisteria (Hygrophilia Difformis) 2-3 inches long
Substrate is 2 inches deep and I have the stems planted about 1 - 1 1/2 inches down.
As far as the "Guaranteed" part I only listed that as that was the description of the product.
I do have a question though. I did get the new plants in today and I wanted to know if I should plant the specific species together in bunches or can I spread them out and intermingle them?