Hmmm. I'm not sure about uprooting the plants, but these fish really happiest with sand they can spit at each other and have shells to live in. Not really a natural fit for a planted tank.
I heard that it's a good idea to have dither fish but the tank is a 10 gal. would I have space?While they can't be kept with other bottom-dwelling species such as catfish or loaches, shell dwellers get along fine with species that stay at the surface far away from their precious shells. Small livebearers such as Endler guppies or platinum halfbeaks for example would make ideal companions.
I've heard that long term java fern tends to object to hard water; or at least water hard enough for multis; i've never tired myself. I know there are crypts and apongeton that like hard water (some even require hard water).Vals, anubias, and Java ferns do (I’ve kept all three with African cichlids) but I don’t think wisteria would appreciate hard water. Don’t know about sag and moneywort.
Also, your ph isn’t a good predictor of whether your water is hard or soft. Do you know GH/KH or TDS?