Marble Queen Pothos Care

Epipremnum aureum; Devil's Ivy

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One of my favourites indoor plants due to its foliage. The white swirls across the leaves are stunning and the way they cascade down if let it's just amazing.

All Pothos plants have glossy, heart-shaped leaves (another bonus point), but this one has the most beautiful green and white leaves. Even though i prefer to let my pothos trail down, you can also train the Marble Queen Pothos to grow on a pole or trellis. A Marble Queen

Like her other siblings, this plant is poisonous so keep away of curious little ones and pets.

Marble Queen Pothos Plant Care

Light

Marble Queen Pothos can survive in low light but it will grow slower. If not enough light the white swirls on the leaves might become green on the new growth.

Watering

During spring and summer, water your pothos plant well but allow the top 50% of the soil to dry out between waterings. During the colder months like fall and winter, the soil should be totally dry before watering.

A good sign for your pothos needing a drink is when the leaves become soft and droop a little.

Feeding

Feed every other month in spring and summer with a fertiliser high in nitrogen at 1/2 the recommended strength.

Moisture level

4

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