You can try crypts. In fact, I am having some crypts growing in my vivarium by accident. One of the diftwood's former life has tons of crypts growing in a high tech planted tank. Although I removed all the crypts, there are roots trapped inside and ready to come back to life. For emersed growth, you need to keep the soil moist and above 80% humidity. For aquatic ferns, they need to be near the water.
Personally, I won't want to grow everything with emersed aquatic plants. The tank has to be consistently moist and wet. Too much moisture would lead to mold. Besides, I think there are more better and cheaper terrestrial plants that can be used in a vivarium, and that can tolerate a drier condition.