Marble queen Pothos variegated leaves

Pothos – Marble Queen

    Commonly Known As:
  • Devil’s Ivy,
  • Silver Vine,
  • Epipremnum aureum,
  • Ceylon creeper

Marble Queen, or Devil’s Ivy, is a tropical, climbing plant with origins in the Solomon Islands. The Marble Queen is a variegated cultivar of Epipremnum aureum. Its waxy green leaves have streaks and patches of white, creating a bright and striking foliage plant. Marble Queens have oval leaves with heart shaped bases.

  • light

    Marble Queens require brighter, filtered light to maintain their bright variegation, though direct light can easily burn the sensitive leaves. Keep her a few feet away from a bright window, filtered by thin curtains or blinds.

  • water

    Allow the soil to dry out between watering Marble Queen as it’s best to underwater than oversaturate the soil.

  • temperature

    Marble Queen prefer temperatures between 65⁰F to 85⁰F. Do not expose to temperatures below 60⁰F.

  • fertilizer

    Fertilizer is optional, but not required for Marble Queen Pothos. As long as they are planted in a loamy potting material, they should have the nutrients they need to grow.

    Plant Facts
  • This plant can grow anywhere from six inches to six feet per year, and per vine.

  • The Marble Queen Pothos are known to help remove formaldehyde and benzene fumes form the air.

  • Native to the Solomon Islands

  • Difficulty level: Easy to Moderate

  • As with most tropical plants, Pothos are toxic and should be kept away from pets and children.

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