I have an n. copelandii that's getting to be a bit too big for my rack. I wanted to take some cuttings of it, but it hasn't produced upper pitcher forms yet, and I don't want to miss out on seeing them. I've read that the cutting with the upper growth point in it will continue to progress and produce uppers, is this true? Also, I was told that copelandii is difficult to propagate; but everything that I've read implies that the cuttings should root fairly easily... anyone have personal experience with this plant in particular? The plant is doing great... it's produced 2 basal shoots, and I think it's ready to be cut but I've never done this before and don't want to do anything stupid. Also, would it be okay to separate the basals from the main plant at the same time as making cuttings, or would it be better off to wait and do that after the plant regroups from taking the cuttings?