Today I noticed that my Darlingtonia appears to be wilting. The mature pitchers as well as the developing ones appear to be drying up. The plant looked fine just a few days ago. It has been overcast the last few days and it rained a few days ago, so I haven't watered the plant in a few days. Even so, with the rain, the soil has been wetter than it normally is and temperatures have been cool too. The rain knocked over the main pitcher, which is why it is bent, but that doesn't appear to be why the plant wilted. The Drosera venusta in the same pot seem fine. I have never used pesticides or fertilizer before so I am at a loss as to what the cause could be. The small offshoot at the bottom of the second picture looks fine. The growing medium is peat, perlite, and orchid bark.
Here are pictures of the plant: