The leaves of the Marble Queen are splattered with a creamy white marbling giving it an elegant sophisticated look. This white marbling requires bright indirect light to keep it looking pristine and fast-growing. Snip the vines when they become long and scraggly, this will encourage the plant to fill out more on top.
Grow Pot Size: 4" and 6” Overall Height Including Grow Pot: 6-16” depending on grow pot size. Plant Care Level: Easy
With lots of bright indirect light and a regular watering routine. The pothos will explode with growth!
Share with a friend! This plant is easy to propagate. Trim your plants in the spring and gift them to a friend!
Pothos 'Marble Queen' Care Tips
Other Common Names: Devil’s Ivy
Binomial Name:Epipremnum aureum
Care Level: Easy
Light: Bright, indirect to low light
Water: Allow the top 2” of the soil to dry
Pet Friendly: No
The Pothos 'Marble Queen' Story
Where is it from? The pothos is originally from Southeast Asia
Who is the Pothos 'Marble Queen'? The Pothos 'Marble Queen’ is a great beginner plant known for its vining habit. The cream and green foliage adds a pop of color to your urban jungle.
Good For You! Pothos are a great addition to any bedroom as it sets the cozy, relaxing mood. Pothos are usually at the top of any air-purifying list. They are great at removing toxins from the air.
Is the Pothos 'Marble Queen' the right plant for me?
We love Pothos plants because they are easy to care for and grow quite quickly! They can fill up a space in no time whether that be trailing down a bookshelf, hanging from the ceiling, or covering the entire wall, they are perfect for any space! Allow the top 1-2” of soil to dry between watering. Water thoroughly and remove any excess water. Do not allow the soil to become completely dry.
Pet Friendly: Unfortunately, Pothos plants are not pet-friendly.
Location Suggestions: The Pothos is perfect for your living room, bedroom, kitchen, and office.
Bright indirect light to low light.
Allow the top 2 inches of the soil to dry before watering.
This can be done every 12-18 months. Choose a pot that is 2” larger in diameter than the original pot.
Use a well-draining, high organic matter soil mix.
Average from 65°F - 75°F
Follow a monthly fertilizing schedule when the plant is actively growing. In most cases, this is in the spring and summer. Use a balanced fertilizer - this means a ratio of NPK that is all the same. Ex: 10-10-10.
If the plant becomes too long, prune to the desired size and propagate the cutting in water or moist soil.
Browning leaves are a sign of far too much sun or not enough water.
General Information About Your Plant
The pothos is originally from Southeast Asia
The leaves are slightly heart-shaped and variegated with cream and green.