you can do it with any plant that has an emmersed form, vals, dwarf sags, anacharis... dont have one)
but most other aquatic plants do. if grown submersed it may take a while for them to adjust, some will melt, but that is completely normal. lay submersed grown stem plants flat on the substrate when planting
Make sure to keep the humidity up by covering the top of the tank with saran wrap. such setup can be brought outside in a shady area if the weather is warm enough. Otherwise they will need decent 6500k lighting for some good growth to start showing. aerate daily by lifting saran wrap off a small corner and allowing air in. you can leave it like this over night....
when the plants have filled in/ grown to your liking... fill!
This is actually my favorite method for attaching moss to driftwood ^_^