I think the answer will be, "certainly" but then there are some things that have to be done to make it work? I had a struggle with an anubia which refuses to grow and got black spots so that I went through all kinds of fun looking for a nutrient problem. Long story, I decided it was do or die and cut all the leaves off. At that point the anubia which had never done much at all, suddenly grew so well that the top stuck up above the water! That's when things went wrong as it dried out too much from getting too close to the lights. So how to light it "enough" but still not dry it, will have to be figured? As I wanted a normal fully in the water plant, I moved it to a deeper tank where it now prospers but you will have a different question. Good luck and enjoy the trial!