I did plant some moss on the wood on the left let's see if that will spread out. Think I might keep it like this for a while kind of like it more now with the wood now. Maybe i'll move some stuff around we'll see how i feel with it.
Still don't like the pots. If it were me I'd find some nice rocks. But I must admit that I always say you should be able to make something nice out of very plan things if you place them right.
If you like the pots then that's fine, work with them. But it is pointless to keep asking for suggestions and advice if you don't listen to it.
At the moment your scape lacks interest because of the flat nature if all the the elements in a line. If you want to use the pots you could make a very interesting scape with them but you will have to move them.
Imagine you walk down in the back garden of an old house that has not had anyone living there for a years. Down the back corner is a garden shed the owner used to use for potting plants. The pots you have are pots that were neat beside the shed but over the years have been knocked over and have made and interesting shape. some weeds/plants have kept growing even though they were knocked over.
look at these images...
You need to create a focal point. A good rule of thumb is to make it 1/3 of the way from one side of the tank.
Move the pot on the right so it sits the same as it is now but where the wood is now. Put some more substrate and a few pebbles in it like the one on the left now. You can grow a plant here too as it it was in the pot and the pot fell over. You might also like to get a twig/small branch and lay it as though it was once a pot plant.
Move the left pot so that it is standing upright. Just to the left and behind the rim of the other pot. Fill this pot with substrate and put a plant in it. Whatever plant is there should be a focal point. Make it nice
As for the broken pieces, they will fit (or at least one) maybe buried partially or leaning. but just wait until you can see where to put them based on the other pots.
The wood will work too most likely just wait til you do these things though.
Here is a rough pic. The red vertical line is a good spot for the center of your cluster of pots. 2/3 up this line is an excellent place for a focal point. Maybe a nice plant.
You don't have to take my advice but if you want a nice planted scape you will have to change those pots.