A venus flytrap flowers

I’m a fan of plants that grow in bogs. It’s an extreme environment, and some plants that thrive there have interesting adaptations. I even have a small wetland in a barrel by the greenhouse/ carving shop, and inside the house, I have a variety of carnivorous plants that generally like it a bit warmer than we have it most of the year in New England.
I occasionally get blossoms on my carnivorous plants. Being that the plants themselves don’t look like other garden plants, I always thought their flowers would look like caricatures of what other plants had. Instead, they are pretty tepid renderings of what the other plants’ sport. In the case of this little Venus flytrap, there are some pretty ordinary white flowers.