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New to planted tank, question about new plants.

Hello guys, i have been into aquariums for a good 15 years, mainly saltwater but i am now making the jump into planted mini tank.

My test tank is a 10g with a low tech led light on top,
i did the cycling using water from another establish freshwater aquarium that i have, i use fluval stratum and a mini hob filter.

Water is doing good, no signs of nitrites or nitrates in the tank, i did have a little nitrates burst in the 3rd week but nothing out of control.

Today i got my plants (small batch) from the plant guy in Canada,

they are Anubias congensis
Java Moss (Taxiphyllum barbieri)
Micro Sword (Lilaeopsis mauritiana)
Micro Sword (Lilaeopsis brasiliensis)

Now my question is what is the best way to plant them ? should i separate them in very small batch ?

Thanks for helping !

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