I have only 1 tip that will hopefully inspire you and help you to improve your landscape photography: use a wide angle (preferably 16mm or wider, full frame equivalent) and get extremely close to objects.
Get as close as the lens can focus (or even closer). With this technique, you can find foregrounds literally anywhere. Small textures can look huge in a photo.
Try to get very low to the ground and look through your camera’s viewfinder or live view to see how the foreground looks in the picture. When you get to a location, look for small details on the ground instead of the “main” subject and view you will focus on.