The past week, my drosera binata var multifida have been producing buds and flowers. Up until this point, each flower has bloomed with a white coloration. However, one of the most recent buds is pink. I have heard that there are pink flowering variants and was wondering if this could be an expression of that. In short, could this alternate colored flower potentially produce seeds that could more likely to express pink flowers? Picture attached (standard white bud on the left, pink on the right), thanks for the help and let me know if I need to provide any additional information.
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