|Botanical Name||Epipremnum aureum 'Marble Queen'|
|Common Name||Marble queen pothos|
|Plant Type||Perennial, vine|
|Mature Size||10 ft long, 3 ft wide (indoors)|
|Soil Type||Loamy, moist but well-draining|
|Bloom Time||Spring, summer|
|Flower Color||Green, white|
|Hardiness Zones||11a, 11b, 12a, 12b|
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.
Generally, marble queen pothos can do well in a variety of soil conditions as long as the soil is well-draining and loamy. They are commonly grown in standard indoor potting soil, which is readily available at most plant stores and greenhouses. However, you can also make your own soil mixture by combining one part potting soil, one part perlite, and one part orchid bark for a light and airy soil mixture that your pothos will thrive in.
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.