Just a note to say I popped this topic in to the "All other Carnivorous Plants/General CP Discussions" sub-forum.
Personally I'm very fond of Mexican Pinguicula such as P. 'Tina', P. 'Weser' or P. moranensis... but then I am highly biased.
With that being said...
briea wrote:Any experience with shaggy sundew, drosophyllum lusitanicum, butterworts or bladderworts???? They are all beautiful, i just want to pick ones that i will do well growing.. thanks everyone
The care for butterworts (aka. "Pinguicula") varies depending upon which "kind" you get; Mexican Pinguicula are ideal for starters because they are incredibly easy to care for, highly robust, simple to grow year-round on a windowsill and have slightly more forgiving care needs than many other carnivorous plants. You can find a care guide for them here
I can also recommend U. sandersonii
(a bladderwort species) as a simple starter plant.