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Just be patient. With most plants you're buying the roots more than the plant. Melting back is pretty common. Most plants rebound over time. Many/most aquarium plants are grown with their leaves in air (emersed.) This is easier for the growers as the plants can pull all of the co2 they want from the air. Keep the roots in a nutrient solution and the humidity very high and they get astounding growth rates. As a hobbyist, the problem is those leaves grown in air don't like being submerged. They'll melt away under water and you have to wait for new leaves to replace them.

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