I just acquired an a. hentzi last night from my parents' property in southern Colorado. Our local climate is very dry and arid (we've had 100°F + temps for the past week) and prairie/desert like. I'm curious if I could put a few live plants in the enclosure with it, to more closely mimic our local ecosystem. I'm considering placing a small type of cactus or succulent in the enclosure, one that would thrive in the dry soil we have, so as to not add any unnecessary humidity to the enclosure. Would this be a good addition to the enclosure, or should I skip the live plants and just provide a couple cork bark hides? I have her in a half-height 10 gal. tank and will be adding a lot more substrate today, and thought I'd add the plants at the same time.