Pinguicula ‘Sethos’ is a hybrid of P. ehlersiae and P. moranensis. It is similar to P. ‘Weser’ which is also a hybrid of P. ehlersiae and P. moranensis, the main difference being floral markings. P. ‘Sethos’ was registered as a cultivar in 1998. It is thought to have received its name after an Egyptian pharaoh. The leaves can be anywhere from green to bright pink depending on light intensity. It prefers a loose mineral-based substrate. Please note: Some plants are more green on arrival or sale but will turn pink with time under intense light.