Epipremnun aureum "Marble Queen"
Epipremnun aureum "Marble Queen", commonly known as Queen Anne Pothos, Marble Queen, or Devil’s Ivy, is a tropical, climbing houseplant 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.
One of the more striking types of Pothos, Marble Queens require brighter, filtered light to maintain their bright variegation, though direct light can easily burn the sensitive leaves. Marble Queens grow more slowly than their greener counter parts. They can be grown in a pot with a trellis or in a hanging basket. Allow the soil to dry out between watering as it's best to underwater than oversaturate the soil. Marble Pothos are the perfect indoor plant for intermediate plant parents looking for a beautiful alternate for the Golden Pothos.
- Common names: Queen Anne Pothos, Marble Queen, or Devil’s Ivy
- Difficulty: Easy to Moderate
- Plant Type: tropical trailing foliage
- Warning: toxic to pets and humans
- Note: live plant size may vary, no two plants are alike
- Perfect gift for the Urban Jungle plant parent
22" H 6.5" L 6.5" D