I have some younger sarras that have LOTS of very small, thin pitchers/phyllodia. I know with some (non-CP) plants, it benefits them more to prune off some of the punier growth, so the plant's energies go into making larger, healthier growth.
SO...my question is...should I prune out some (50%?) of the the little pitchers? Would that result in larger, sturdier growth? OR would that be detrimental because it would reduce the amount of plant surface for photosynthesis. You know...many small vs. few larger.
It kinda bugs me to look at these pots that look more like a bunch of tall grass than pitchers. But I sure don't want to hurt them.
Thanks for any input!