Marble Queen Pothos Quick Overview
|Full Size||6-10 feet|
When kept indoors with proper care you can expect your Marble Queen Pothos to reach 6 to 10 feet in length.
Marble Queen Pothos prefer to be positioned in medium to bright indirect light for best growth and require this to thrive. A sign your Marble Queen Pothos is not getting enough light is new growth growing without the white swirls. This can be resolved by changing the position of your plant to somewhere that better suits its light requirements.
Marble Queen Pothos will perform best when in an area which maintains a temperature of 65-85°F (18-29°C). Being kept outside of this temperate range for prolonged periods of time can lead to poor plant health.
Maintaining a low to medium humidity will assist in keeping your Marble Queen Pothos happy and healthy. Browning on the tips of the leaves could indicate that the air is too dry. If your plant is housed in a spot with a humidity level consistently outside of this range click here for tips on how to increase or decrease humidity levels.
You can expect your Marble Queen Pothos to require water when the top 50% of soil is dry. When watering your Marble Queen Pothos be sure to water thoroughly allowing the water to drain completely. Aside from solely relying on the watering frequency to tell when your plant is thirsty, a tell tale sign that your Marble Queen Pothos needs water is when the leaves get soft and droopy. Black leaves are an indication that your plant has been over-watered and yellowing leaves indicate that you’ve left your plant a little too long without watering.
As a rule of thumb your Marble Queen Pothos should be fertilized every 6 months. This will assist in keeping your plant alive as well as promote healthy growth.
Marble Queen Pothos require a well-aerated, well-draining soil.
Diseases & Pests
The most common diseases and pests that you can encounter whilst caring for your Marble Queen Pothos are thrips, mealy bugs, root-rot and bacterial and fungal diseases. For a wide range of information on combating a large range of indoor plant diseases and pests click here.
Marble Queen Pothos are considered to be toxic when eaten.