Hello, I'm fascinated by plants and genetics. My recent obsession has been growing different tobacco varieties. As usual it started off small but by early spring the bathroom and kitchen was pushing 1,000,000 lumens from the grow lights and the wife was complaining about being blinded when she entered a room (I quickly learned "wear some sunglasses", was not the correct response). I grew about 7 different varieties this winter in pots and moved them outside as the weather allowed (much to the relief of my wife). I kept a few members of each variety growing in isolation indoors and outdoors to serve as a future seed source. Most of the varieties appeared to breed pretty true. However one variety, Habano 2000, seemed to be an outcross or a seed mix. Some of the Habano 2000 appear true to form with a wider more delicate leaf and lighter pinkish flowers. Others appear to have narrower leaves, dark red flowers, and be more prone to suckering. Can anyone here tell me if the atached pics of the "Habano 2000" (particularly flower color), match what they would expect the variety to have?