Marble Queen Pothos
Plant Care,  Pothos

Marble Queen Pothos

Welcome to our guide to marble queen pothos

Marble Queen Pothos Care Summary

Light needs:Medium to bright indirect sunlight.
Watering needs:Check weekly, water if top 50% of soil is dry.
Fertilizer:A balanced plant feed once a month in the spring and summer months.
Soil:A well draining potting compost with 20% perlite.
Humidity:50%.
Temperature:18°C to 30°C (64-86°F).
Where to buy:Try our list of Rare Plant Shops.
Common issues:Pests like spidermites.

Introduction

The marble queen pothos a.k.a. epipremnum aureum ‘marble queen’ is, as the name suggests, a beautifully marbled variegated pothos. We cover all you need to know to care for this pretty pothos…

Marble Queen Pothos Light Needs

Medium indirect sunlight up to bright.

How Often to Water

Pothos are tough and are tolerant of some erratic watering, but check the soil once a week and water it if the top 50% or more is dry.

Fertilizer

Use a balanced plant feed every month in the spring and summer months. Dilute it well to start with.

Marble Queen Pothos Soil

Use a well draining potting compost, you can add 20% perlite for drainage to reduce the chance of root rot.

When To Repot

They can grow very quickly, so check them at the start and end of the spring and summer growing months and if the roots are getting crowded then pot them up a size.

Humidity

50% and above is ideal although they are tough and tolerant of lover levels.

Temperature

18°C to 30°C (64-86°F) is an ideal temperature range for them, which is inside normal households.

Other Names

Epipremnum aureum ‘marble queen’.

Where To Buy

Try our list of Rare Plant Shops.

Marble Queen Pothos FAQs and Common Problems

Look out for spidermites, mealybugs, aphids and other pests, its good idea to check for these when watering.

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