Assuming there are no lighting restrictions, there are heaps of options. Can you tell me how many watts of light you have over the tank though & what sort of light it is? EG - 40w CFL or 36w T5HO flourescent.
I don't like recommending plants without knowing that they will be suitable for the equipment a person has over there tank.
I hope there's something on there that helps you out abit. Most of those should be ok given you level of lighting. I strongly urge you to research each plant you are interested in to find out specific needs & care.
The more intense the light is, the more energy a plant has at it's disposal. To make use of all of that energy, you need to use aquarium plant fertilisers to supply all of the minerals that the plants need & you need to supplement carbon (co2). Carbon is the basic building block that all living things are created from. The trick is to get the correct balance between all three things - light, nutrients & carbon. If there are excesses or deficiency of any one of those things your plants may not grow properly or you may encounter algae problems.
Here's some links to information on planted aquariums that you may find usefull: