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Blyxa is good because it doesn't need to be trimmed. You'll have to thin the ranks, but no scissors need be involved. I don't think glosso is really all that low-maintenance, so I'd stay away from that one. Maybe you should try to find some cryptocoryne parva, and use that as a ground cover? It grows painstakingly slow, from what people say about it.

Good luck!
 
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