I was gifted a pitcher plant in September 2018 and have done my best to care for it since then - not really knowing too much about it. After reading a lot of threads on this site I am assuming it is a nepenthes? It stands in front of a sunny patio door and I water with distilled water. I repotted it once about a year ago, but it grows verrryyyy quickly and now it is incredibly tall, so I think it is probably due a repot again. There are two basal plants - one is producing the larger pitchers in the picture. The second one is quite squidged in, but has produced two smaller pitchers. When/if I repot, should the basal plants move too? Or should they go into separate pots?
The main plant is still growing taller and is making what seem to be upper pitchers, but the stem is slowly turning brown which is spreading upwards, the leaves browning in turn. It never made pitchers on the middle section. I am hoping this is just a sign of the plant maturing, but should I be concerned?
I would really appreciate any help and general advice/ information about my beloved pitcher plant!