Here is a well-established juvenile division from one of my mature Heliamphora chimantensis plants. This species tends to rapidly spread via its rhizome and is a favorite of mine; often, the divisions begin as juvenile leaves, or a mixture of juvenile and mature -- and this guy is the product of just that. A native of the Chimanta Massif at an altitude of 1900-2100 meters (6233-6889 feet), it enjoys cool nights, plenty of fresh water, and long walks on the beach.
While not a plant for an absolute beginner, there are quite a few on this forum more than happy to walk the winning bidder through any potential crisis.
Bidding begins at 15.00; I'll foot the shipping, and the e-mail contact is email@example.com . . .
Unfortunately, this bad boy is limited to the US . . .