I'm with BDpups on the choices of plants, suggestion of LEDs, and the color spectrum plants do best under.
Just to add to everything suggested.. The general consensus for best affordable LEDs for growing plants around here seem to be Finnex fixtures. They are more expensive up front but you will really save a lot of money over the 4-5 years you own the fixture. You won't need to buy replacement bulbs, and it will use a lot less electricity.
Definitely avoid actinic bulbs in freshwater tanks, I've heard of nothing but algae problems resulting from them. They really are best reserved for saltwater tanks IMO.
My non planted tanks have LED's for the most part.
The planted ones have HO T5's . I have high tech planted tanks and have not done the research to know which LED's would work with what I'm growing. Plus, I've been using T5's for awhile and they work just fine for me. I'm one of those who thinks if it aint broke, don't fix it.