Hanging Marble Queen Pothos
The Marble Queen Pothos is a stunner with electric colors that highlight its beautiful foliage. Also known as the Epipremnum aureum, it can grow pretty quickly under the right conditions. The ideal room situation encompasses placement in rooms with low or indirect lighting, nutrient-rich soil, and efficient drainage. When indoors, it’s vines can stretch to about 5 feet long or high, depending on how you choose to grow it. This beauty is a great low-maintenance plant for beginner plant parents. You don’t have to water it too often and it doesn’t have many light or room temperature restrictions.
Made of Marble
The swirling markings on the Pothos make its leaves look like heart-shaped slabs of marble. Glossy and clean, this marble queen is drenched with forest greens and lime and white shaded splash accents that make a gorgeous contrast. The stems are thick and get bigger the higher up the plant you go, with highlights of lime and white. As the Pothos ages, its leaves tend to change in shape.
Just Hangn’ Out
Its vines can grow long, winding lengths, making the Marble Queen Pothos a fantastic hanging plant. Give one special room in your NYC or NJ home a true rainforest-feel when your Marble Queen Pothos hangs out, its swirling green ropes falling from the ceilings like lush, tropical vines.
Pothos plants have the fascinating ability to spontaneously generate variegation, which has enabled a multitude of variations besides the Marble Queen. Other types include the classic, jade, gold, and neon Pothos and they differ in plant characteristics. Some names refer to leaf color and others can highlight growth traits.