I have two recovering D. adelae from Lowe's they've been sitting out on my porch in a water tray for several weeks now and have been getting lots of sun and rain. All of last week the temp has been in the upper 80's with a humidity of 70% or more. And I was delighted to see young green leaves with bright red tentacles (or do we call them hairs?) and a little bit of dew on them. So now that I have this healthy looking part can I cut off the old stuff underneath? The old leaves are brownish looking and limp with dried up tentacles. If it is better to remove these old leaves, is there any kind of trick to clipping them? (I'd hate to hurt them since they've recovered some from the store.) If I leave them on will it drain energy from the plant or is there a risk to the rest of the plant from the old stuff?