Description: This queen is best known for its marble variegation. The marble queen pothos, with its long cascading vines, makes a beautiful table or hanging plant. This plant, sometimes referred to as devil’s ivy, can be trained to grow on a pole or trellis. Just like other pothos plants, they are efficient in cleaning the air of harmful chemicals.
Care: A marble queen pothos survives in low light but looks better and grows faster in medium to bright, indirect light. When the light is too low, the white swirls on the leaves revert to green on the new growth. Marble queen pothos like their soil to be kept on the dry side. Black leaves indicate over-watering, while bright yellow leaves mean the plant has gotten a bit too dry.