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Nov 01 2021
Marble Queen Pothos grows in tropical rain forests and symbiosis with tall trees. Rain forests provide the most suitable temperature, humidity, light and soil environment for Marble Queen Pothos.
We naturally can't make a tropical rainforest in the home, but through the correct lighting, watering, fertilization, pruning and other conservation measures, we can create a close to the natural environment, allowing Marble Queen Pothos growing indoors at home wildly.
Marble Queen Pothos is easy-care houseplant, which is a great indoor plant for beginners. The following sections will provide an in-depth look into Marble Queen Pothos care, propagtion and other commom problems. For your convenience, this article also list the key information of Marble Queen Pothos briefly in the chart form.
|Scientific Name||Epipremnum aureum ‘Marble Queen’|
|Common Name||Marble Queen Pothos|
|Synonyms||Marble Queen Pothos, devils ivy ‘ Marble Queen’,Scindapsus Aureum ‘Marble Queen’|
|Mature Size||2 meters indoors and 20 meters outdoors|
|Growth Speed||Slow-Growers when young. But fast if in good conditions.|
|Light Care||Bright but indirect light|
|Watering Care||Moderate watering. Let it go dry between waterings.|
|Soil Care||Well-draining soil/mix|
|Temperature Care||15℃ to 25℃；Not lower than 8℃.|
|Fertilizer Care||Fertilizer every 3 or 6 weeks|
|Humidity Care||High humidity (60-90%)|
|Pruning Care||Regulaly cut off undesirable leaves|
|Repotting||Repotting should take place during spring and summer when your plant has become completely rootbound in its container or no new growth is taking place. Pot up in a pot no bigger than 5cm larger than its current container.|
|Propagation||Soil culture or water culture|
|Toxicity||Mildly Virulent; Avoid direct touch for a long time|
The so-called care is to create an imitation of the original ecological environment for Marble Queen Pothos, so what is the original ecological environment of Marble Queen Pothos?
Marble Queen Pothos grows in tropical rain forests and symbiosis with tall trees. Rain forests provide the most suitable temperature, humidity, light and soil environment for it.
Of course, tropical rain forest can not be achieved at home, but through the correct watering, fertilization, pruning and other care measures it can achieve an imitation of the ecological Marble Queen Pothos growing environment.
How much light does Marble Queen Pothos Marble need? Queen Pothos grows under tall trees and naturally likes a cool and moist environment, so it is suitable for growing in a ventilated place with sufficient scattered light and warm temperature. Avoid direct sunlight and strong light exposure when growing Marble Queen Pothos.
In summer, the sunshine is too strong, so avoid direct light to Marble Queen Pothos as far as possible. Strong light may cause the Marble Queen Pothos to yellow leaves and leaves easily fall off.
In winter, the sunshine is weak. If the indoor light is dark, you can move Marble Queen Pothos to a place with strong light for one day every 10 days or so. Otherwise, Marble Queen Pothos will be affected and growth will not be good.
Tropical rain forests are warm and humid all the year round, so the suitable temperature of Marble Queen Pothos is 15℃ to 25℃, and the minimum temperature in winter is not lower than 8℃.
When the temperature is too low in winter, it is recommended to move the Marble Queen Pothos to a room with heating equipment, while avoiding direct blowing of heating equipment. Open the window as little as possible, do not put the Marble Queen Pothos in the tuyere, to avoid frostbite leaf. Still can put transparent plastic film cover to go up in plant additionally, make the effect of a small greenhouse, achieve heat preservation effect.
Let Marble Queen Pothos go dry between waterings. In summer the temperature is high, to ensure adequate water supply, watering Marble Queen Pothos once a week, so that the basin soil often wet. In full watering at the same time to the leaf surface around the water to increase air humidity. In winter the temperature is low, water Marble Queen Pothos once half a month. In winter, the temperature is low, water evaporation is small, reduce watering so as not to cause excessive watering root rot or even death. It is recommended to pour warm water, because too cold water is easy to damage the roots.
Marble Queen Pothos is one of the plants that can grow in water
Malnutrition will lead to Marble Queen Pothos thin and sparse, severe yellow leaves will fall off, wither and die.
It is recommended to fertilize Marble Queen Pothos every three to six months. Fertilization should be based on nitrogen fertilizer, potassium fertilizer as a supplement. It is better to use special fertilizer for Marble Queen Pothos because the ordinary inorganic fertilizer and nutrient solution is not easy to be absorbed. In autumn and winter, ordinary inorganic fertilizer and nutrient solution is not easy to be absorbed plants grow slowly or even stop growing, so fertilizer should be reduced.
Marble Queen Pothos is easy to propagate. First choose the soil suitable for the growth of the Marble Queen Pothos plant. The soil is as fertile as possible, and most of the nutrients when Marble Queen Pothos plant grow come from the soil. Try to choose some soil for the field, mixed with some animal manure and dry leaves in the soil. The Marble Queen Pothos likes soft soil. The dead leaves and animal manure can increase the fertility of the soil and make it soft and breathable.
Hydroponic Marble Queen Pothos is a very good interior decoration hydroponic plant. Hydroponic Marble Queen Pothos is very shade resistant, which can be placed in the indoor facing sunshine. In the dark indoor, it should be moved to a strong light environment for a period of time, otherwise it is easy to make the growth between nodes, leaves smaller.
The Marble Queen Pothos is poisonous. Its SAP is toxic, but its odor and leaf surfaces are not. On contact with human skin, it can cause red, itchy skin and, if accidentally ingested, it can cause a sore throat, but not enough to be fatal.
No, it is not advised to grow Marble Queen Pothos if you have raised a dog or cat. Its SAP is toxic and the cat or dog may eat by mistake.