Pothos - Marble QueenRegular price R 145.00
Scientific Name: Epipremnum aureum ‘Marble Queen’
Synonyms: Marble Queen Pothos, Devils Ivy ‘ Marble Queen’,Scindapsus Aureum ‘Marble Queen’
- Great choice for beginners
- Highly resilient - can take a hammering
- Great for variety of light conditions
- Trailing plant
- Excellent air purifying qualities
- Plant Level: Easy
Our Pothos - Marble Queen comes in a 15cm Nursery Pot.
Pothos have a reputation for being some of the easiest care trailing vines available, and the Pothos - Marble Queen is no exception. You will be bewitched by this fast-growing vines’ white and green marbled leaves that dangle effortlessly over the edge of a planter.
This perfect houseplant is one of the easiest you can grow, making it one of the ultimate must-have indoor plants for any beginner looking for something durable, elegant and with basic water requirements. Epipremnum thrives in brightly lit rooms but are highly adaptable and will just as happily tolerate lower light conditions.
An added benefit for this outstanding vine is that it is a highly effective air purifier. Doing its due diligence at removing many of the common household toxins out of the air, leaving your space feeling fresh and jungly.
The Marble Queen is highly versatile and can be trimmed back to make a compact tabletop plant. Alternatively, it will grow relatively quickly and spill over the edge of your table edge or shelf, if you allow it to vine. Pair it with a modest planter to allow the leaves to be the highlight. Seeing as this is a vine, the Marble Queen can be placed in a hanging basket or trained up a trellis or moss pole.
Please note: These plants are considered poisonous and should be kept out of reach of pets and children.
Follow these instructions to keep your Marble Queen healthy and happy.
Water: Water approximately once a week allowing the top 50% of your soil to dry before watering again. Adjust watering frequency in lower light conditions.
Light: Medium to Bright indirect light. Can handle lower light as well, but monitor closely for any signs of distress.
Humidity: Low to medium humidity is sufficient. In the normal household environment, no adjustments to humidity should be required.
Fertilize: For optimal growth, fertilize every 2-4 weeks with well balanced organic fertilizer from Spring to Autumn.