Sorry if this sounds dumb. I was just out cleaning my plants and collecting seed pods when I noticed something different about one of my flavas. The old spring and summer leaves were pretty typical. Almost no red anywhere on them. Then I noticed one tube where the left half of it was as solid red as red-tube flavas. Then I checked newer leaves and they have a lot of red veining in the cap and top of the tube. Is this normal, or is mine showing some genetic flashbacks? My other flava, which is the division parent of this one, does not have anything like this. I will try to get pictures of it tomorrow when the lighting is better.