The Sarracenia are probably the easiest genus of carnivorous plant for the beginner to succeed with. Their specific care can be found under the Growing Guide tab. They are ideal in greenhouses, conservatories, sunny windowsills, and outdoors, where they make fantastic container or pond marginal plants. My first recommendation would be Sarracenia flava, leucophylla, and alata, to begin with, and to then indulge your new found obsession with the many others!
REMEMBER, AS THESE ARE TEMPERATE PLANTS AND DIE BACK OVER THE WINTER MONTHS, THEIR LEAVES ARE CUT OFF IN READINESS FOR SPRING WHEN THEY WILL RESUME GROWTH.