Will my plants be fine if I don’t trim them?

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The 2 long plants are the camboba and rotala indica, I know you should trim plants to make them look nicer or if they get too long but my main concern is will it still thrive and survive if I don’t trim it and let it grow.
 

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I love that look, but unfortunately at some stage you will need to trim. In your case I would cut the top off to the length you want and throw away the bottom part of the plant, or find another home for it, where it will re sprout.
 
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I love that look, but unfortunately at some stage you will need to trim. In your case I would cut the top off to the length you want and throw away the bottom part of the plant, or find another home for it, where it will re sprout.
Okay thanks👍
 

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