However, there always is the possibility that a dominant negative effect can occur. In other words, a mutation that causes a change that results in an effect, even though it only affects one of two copies of the relevant gene. Long story. They tell you about it in Advanced Genetics.
This plant is clearly showing a defect leading to a lack of pigmentation in some of the leaves.
A mutant shows a splotchy leaf pattern.
This is exciting because bulbifer makes bulbils, vegetative outgrowths at leaf margins. If I can get this one big, fast, it might be possible to generate a bulbil that arises 100% from the mutant tissue. We'll see how it goes!