Yep! Be careful with letting it bloom though unless you’re experienced at taking care of Venus fly traps as it takes a lot of energy. The first Venus flytrap I had that bloomed ended up dying afterwards. I usually clip the flower stems as soon as I see them
Your baby is getting a little sunburned. I would clip off the blackend traps and stems and move it to a place where it will get just a few hours less direct sunlight. (Partial shade) It's getting a little too much sun. #venusflytrap-care-tip And yes do watch the health and quality of your plant if you decide to let it bloom. Personally, I wouldn't let this one bloom. I would cut the stem off. It's going to take too much energy away from your already weakened plant caused by the sunburn.
Ok thanks @PunkyKy I’ll move it. It was coming out of dormancy. It survived all summer last year in this spot but I can understand it is sunburned because my deck is southfacing and some plants get blasted there. I’ve been meaning to clip the black dead ones. Also, I want to repot it but I don’t know what type of pot or what type of soil. Any tips?