I am glad you came here and asked about the plants. I wish that LFS would not sell non-aquatic plants to unsuspecting plant owners. It is a shame that more LFS owners don't take a smuch time to care about the plants they sell and their owners instead of selling what looks good knowing it will rot. Click Here
for a good site on plant id's and what they require as far as light.
The one on the far right is definately not aquatic. It is a dracenea species and will slowly rot in your tank, Dracena sanderiana. The one on the far right is also likely not aquatic, looks like Brazilian sword but not possitive.
The other one on the right looks like Wisteria although it will go through a large change as it looks like it is grown emersed.
The grassy one on the bottom right looks like it could me mictosword in which case your lighting will be insifficeint for it to grow well if at all.
The other plant on the left looks like either a Bacopa or a wort of some kinds, also looks like it was grow emersed because of how thick the stem is and the spacing of the leaves.
As far as the light goes, you may or may not get much growth from that light depending on what plants you choose. The spectrum of the bulb is important and any light that is 6500K or higher will work fine. The higher the K the whiter it should be.