You're incorrect about the aquatic-ness of most of the plants, OP. Yes, anubias is fully aquatic, this is fairly well known; but most of the plants with the yellow-y/white edging are not. You have anubias, swords (I think?) and what is very obviously terrestrial plants... While they might take a while* to die, as they do they're harming the water quality as well as slowly dying.
Just because they are grown in a water tank in a petco/smart really doesnt mean anything
, we're also talking about companies that willingly sell fish into 1/8 gallon "tanks", so be wise and dont trust them.