Hello! I don't actually have any lizards yet, I would like to set up their home way ahead of time first! Here's the skivvy: I have a 30 gallon terrarium, two feet tall and 18x18inches wide. Would this be enough for two full grown Long tailed lizards? (Also called grass lizards, I couldn't find a care sheet for them!) I offer moss boxes for my hermit crabs and they love them, would LTLs use or enjoy some moss as well? I harvest mine from the forest nearby off of trees and clean/dry it before adding it. I believe it is spaghnum (spelling?) UVA/UVB lighting, I've heard it's recommended and not recommended, can anyone clear up whether it is or not for me? I would really love to have live plants in my enclosure, since I can't have live plants with my hermies. What sort of things would be safe? I'm thinking ferns or grasses in pots on the bottom, level with the substrate (which will be EE, or forest bedding) but in their own individual pots. And spider plants, hanging from the lid and one in the substrate as well. I was also wondering about 'lucky bamboo' or more commonly known as a dracaena. They have long curly ones without the leaves in walmart, and these look great for climbing on to bask. I was also wondering about irish moss, and an asparagus fern (I found these in walmart, and like them alot!) What would I have to do to prepare the live plants before adding my lizards? Thanks alot guys! I really appreciate any input or feedback, I'm really not too sure what to expect with these guys!