Well, this is certainly a tough lesson to learn. I spent a fair bit of time researching what plants I wanted to have in my tank, and after seeing other people have success with a few different types, decided to try my hand at it. I went out to my local PetCO, bought a few plants in the nice, near little tube, brought them home and started getting them into the tank. Lo and behold, I realize I made a mistake and got a couple which were the wrong plant altogether, plants that were labeled as Java Ferns but were actually some sort of bog plant which should never be used in an aquarium. I went back out the next day, hoping to exchange or just return them. Well... Little did I know that it's apparently a huge deal to do a return or even an exchange on something that is CLEARLY mislabelled and could ruin someone's home aquarium. My mistake. I did an exchange and got a couple of lovely looking plants that I figured would look nice with the variety of sword plants I'd already gotten. Get those home, find out they're also not an aquatic plant. It's gotten to the point now that I'm suspicious of every single plant I got there, and made up my mind never to shop there again after how rudely I was treated over their mistake. If anyone could so gracious as to give me a hand IDing some of the plants, I'd greatly appreciate it. The ones I'm holding in the pictures were labeled "wisteria," which I know now is wrong. And the "anubias" I was sold, and attached to the large piece of driftwood, I'm now suspicious of, after seeing pictures of other people's anubias. Something about the leaves just doesn't look right. If anyone could help, I'd really be very, very grateful.