Plants need nutrients, light and CO2
to grow. As long there is enough of these for the specific plant, the plant will be fine. The plants you have mentioned are low demand plants and dont need much in the way of nutrients, light or CO2
The amount the plant grows will be down to a limit on one of these 3 factors. Im going to say in most low tech planted tanks, which would be a gravel or sand substrate, with a standard aquarium light, weekly dose of an all-in-one liquid fertiliser, the limiting factor is the light. Adding a nutrient rich substrate wont help anything because there isnt enough light. To get the benefit of the substrate you need to increase the light so the plant can utilise these nutrients.
So you go out and get a specialist planted tank light fixture. What will that achieve? More growth, and faster growth. Is that a good thing in an aquarium? All you really need is healthy growth, which given you are looking at low demand plants you could have achieved without the nutrient rich substrate and high powered lighting.
The tank above has neither of these things, and even then every 6 to 8 weeks i probably remove and throw away 50% of the plant growth to stop the tank getting overgrown. I dont need more growth or faster growth.