Your lighting should suffice for maintaining certain species of anemones. Remember however that lighting represents just a small part of the equation in maintaining a successful marine aquarium. Water parameters, filtration, water flow, diet, health of the individual when purchased, other tank mates and proper husbandry standards have to be taken into consideration along with light for optimum results.
There are no guarantees that an Anemone and Clown (Percula or Oscillaris) will pair up an the species of both Clown and Anemone being added makes a difference in whether the Anemone hosts a Clownfish.
I would stay away from Haitian Anemones, Carpets, Sebae Anemone and the Heteractis species and pursue the Bubble tip(Entacmaea)or Pacific Long Tentacle Anemone(Macrodactyla) instead.
Anemonefish will often times host other animals like a Tridacna Clams mantle(my Clown did that), corals such as Xenia, Star Polyps, Frogspawn, Clove Polyps and Zoanthids, especially.