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question about pruning my drosera

for the flat type drosera like alicae, dielsiana and such....u guys think there is any benefit to being vigilant on the pruning which would allow more air to get to the roots is they seem to produce almost a carpet of tightly packed leaves?
I trim away anything dead from my droseras. Seems to benefit them..
plants grow better when they look pretty.
thx for the tip and will do! :)
I pruned my Drosera when I first started growing them, but now I don't see the point. The only 2 I can see the dead leaves on are madagascariensis and adelae.
sometimes i trim my capensis.. i dont bother with anything else