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    Default To trim or not to trim that is the question...


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    Kind of dramatic title, but it says it all. My bacopa didn't handle the beating too well, and I'm wondering if I should cut the excess stem off and replant the tops of them that have leavesz, or if I should leave them be? My thought process is that maybe the extra stem length is hurting the plant since there are no leaves on it.

    And while I'm asking plant questions. When if ever do you trim the runners off of the vesuvius sword? I don't have a picture rn, but a couple of the plantlets are getting to a pretty good size.
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