white and green variegated leaves give your houseplant collection a new look!
The Variegated Marble Queen Pothos, Epipremnum aureum, also known as Devil’s Ivy is a stunning variegated vining plant. This tropical indoor plant can climb up moss poles and trellises for vertical white variegation and green accent in your home. The white Marble Queen Pothos is easy to care for and perfect for a beginner, just like the Golden Pothos known for its green leaves.
This houseplant, Epipremnum aureum ‘Marble Queen’, is native to French Polynesia but has become a common ornamental plant because of its low maintenance characteristics and unique appearance. The growth habit options are endless! Wrap the long vining stems around a pot, or pot them in a hanging basket for a draping effect. You can even train the indoor plant to grow on a vertical wall and watch it spread like ground cover. Pothos varieties come in all shapes and sizes
Marble Queen Pothos Care
Marble Queen Pothos vines are best grown with bright indirect light and moist, well-draining soil. It can tolerate low light conditions but provide at least 4 hours of natural light. Water the Marble Queen Pothos Vine when the top 3-4 inches of the soil is dry. These drought-resistant plants can tolerate light watering conditions, and the pothos leaves will droop when they are ready for thorough watering. A symptom of overwatering is when the Marble Queen Pothos Plants have yellowing leaves.
Indoor Marble Queen Pothos prefers potting soil with lots of perlite to increase drainage and prevent root rot. Repot your Pothos plant regularly in a well-draining potting mix to ensure a healthy root system, every one to two years. Ensure that your pot has drainage holes or a way to get rid of excess water.
It can survive growing outdoors in the United States in USDA hardiness zones 9-12 in an area with medium to bright indirect light or partial shade as long as it is protected from the hot afternoon sun. Adjust your watering schedule indoors and outdoors in spring and summer during the tropical plant’s growing season.
Prune the Marble Queen Pothos to maintain the desired size and shape as needed. The plant can take a heavy pruning and bounce back with great vigor. The best Marble Queen Pothos fertilizer is a slow-release formula to prevent fertilizer burn. This will do the plant wonders! Propagating Marble Queen Pothos is easy. Place your clippings of the queen pothos in water, and watch roots grow.
All parts of this potted plant are toxic if ingested by humans or pets.
Shop the Marble Queen Pothos for sale. It is one of the easiest houseplants to grow and the variegated form looks beautiful in any spot!
Check out our Indoor Plant Care Guide for more information regarding how to cultivate these house plants.
Epipremnum aureum 'Marble Queen'
- Long trailing vines add visual appeal
- Unique variegated foliage
- Easy to care for