Perhaps one of the most common (and easy to care for) houseplants available, the marble queen pothos (Epipremnum aureum 'Marble Queen') is a variety of pothos that is characterized by vining foliage that has beautiful white and cream variegation. Similar to other common varieties of pothos, the USmarble queen pothos grows well indoors and can adapt to a range of growing conditions, making it versatile and perfect for beginners. This highly variegated pothos is versatile, forgiving, and easy to grow. They can grow well in nearly any space in your home, and don’t require things like regular pruning or repotting in order to thrive. In fact, marble queen pothos enjoy being slightly rootbound, and should only need to be repotted once every couple of years. As with most pothos, marble queen pothos do best with bright, indirect light.
They can tolerate some periods of direct morning or evening light, but generally you should avoid exposing your marble queen pothos to direct sunlight. They are commonly grown in standard indoor potting soil, which is readily available at most plant stores and greenhouses. Marble queen pothos enjoy consistent watering, but are also relatively drought tolerant—so don’t panic if you forget the occasional watering! Ideally, they should be watered once the top 2 to 3 inches of soil has dried out. Fertilize your marble queen pothos once a month during the spring and summer.