A beautiful variety of the Pothos, this one with white and green marbled leaves!
Devil's Ivy or Pothos is also one of the mightiest air purifiers around, clearing the air of many nasties such as benzene and formaldehyde. Form AND function! The Marble Queen is truly a queen within her family the Araceae. The feature of being able to live in any light condition makes it a unique plant and a companion for life. If you love the light leaves as much as us, then give it plenty of light but it will still be sturdy in darker light conditions.
The Marble Queen Pothos is a slower grower than the Satin or Golden Pothos so is perfect as a desk plant as it won't outgrow its space quickly.
The green and white one of the Pothos family, with large heart-shaped leaves with a marble-like pattern. This house plant is especially lovely due to the variegated leaves and beautifully trailling abilities
One of the most common and easy to care for indoor plants
Fun Fact: If you keep me in low light, my white swirls will revert to green
No pruning or repotting needed for a long time
The most versatile and forgiving plants
Marble Queen Pothos Care Guide
Can live in low light but the variegated leaves prefer a brighter spot with indirect light
Prefers the soil to be dry so please don't overwater. Leave the top 50% to dry out before giving more water
Loves temperatures between 15 and 30 degrees C so easy-peasy to find a spot
Feed every other month with a plant food high in nitrogen diluted to 1/2 the recommended strength
Trim the long vines every few months to keep it full and bushy. You can use the stem clippings to easily start new plants
Keep the leaves dry to prevent bacterial diseases and root rot
Marble Queen Pothos General Information
Native to Southeast Asia
It is a fast grower and the vines can reach over 1m in length
It is very toxic if you consume the leaves so keep it away from nibbly pets and children