Plants that grow with roots in water
I'm thinking about setting up a large vase with a beta fish. We had one with a peace plant, the fish lived a nice long (for a beta) life (3 years).
I know the peace plant does well with the roots in water full time, as it is still growing in the vase and the vase is full of roots.
Are there other options for plants that would live long term with their roots in water? The only thing I have found consistently mentioned (for growing with roots in water full time) when searching is Pothos, but I don't think those would look that great in this setup.
I read that schefflera (mini umbrella) plant can be grown with it's roots in water full time, but I am not confident I believe it based on the sources I read that from. Does anyone know if a schefflera will really do well living with it's roots in water?
Any other suggestions of house plant that would do well in this situation?