About a month ago I planted some clippings from L. glandulosa, L. repens, and L palustris in a small pond next to my house. Here is the growth so far.
1st is glandulosa
Next is L palustris (right at the base of the cattail) and L repens (to the right of the cattail). Notice the similarity of emersed growth.
I'm also tring elatine tiandra also. Don't have pics of it yet though.
My goal was to grow plants that are found naturally around my area. Most are rare or extinct in the wild where I live acording to the USDA's site.