I keep low light tanks, but do have a bulb in the strip. As long as there is some type of indirect or even filtered light, Anubias, Java fern and mosses like "Singapore" would adapt. The growth would be extremely slow, but these plants are somewhat slow growers even in optimum water conditions.
Give it a try and add some micro nutrients (trace elements) to the water in dry, liquids or granules, along with changing half the water in the tank every week. This will keep a high level of minerals in the water. The fish will also add their version of the macro nutrients.
I think it could work.
"Fear not my child, just change the tank water."