For your low light plants you can get a Current satellite LED
+. But if your budget permits, the E-Series is more versatile in the sense you can dim the light just right for low light plants, or increase intensity if you have more light demanding plants. But you have to keep in mind, with higher intensity lighting, you'll have to either inject CO2
or use a liquid carbon like Excel or Glut religiously to avoid algae. Also a comprehensive fertilizer regimen like from dry ferts (i.e. EI or PPS-Pro dosing methods) is paramount for success.
But to get the best out of the advice on this forum, like Brookster suggested, you should start a new thread with your tank info, pics, budget, and goals of your tank in the planted tanks section. We'd all love to help explore your options.
BTW, your tank scape looks great. Now just imagining if all the plants were real, it's surly a splendid sight to be seen