Garden lizards in the wild typically eat snails, insects and caterpillars. In captivity, garden lizards have a diet that mainly consists of crickets and other small bugs .
Most species of lizards will also eat leafy greens and some fruits, such as melon and berries, if they are available. Garden lizards are insectivores and will feast on nearly any insect they can find. The bigger the lizard, the larger the selected prey will be. Supplements and treats for lizard are found at various pet stores in order for owners to provide their pet with proper nutrition.